The proposed project involves repairing and stabilizing the stream bank in order to prevent further bank erosion/slumping and loss of property. The applicant proposes to stabilize the stream bank slope utilizing a variety of biotechnical restoration methods including re-grading the bank to 1:1, hydro-seeding, placement and fastening of geo-textile fabric, and planting with native riparian vegetation (willow pole stakes). Excavation and grading will be performed by hand and/or small equipment. The proposed project will not include excavation or placement of fill below the estimated ordinary high-water mark (OHW). The project proposes to minimize potential sediment discharges into the creek by building a temporary structure of plywood and tarps designed to catch and hold sediment before it enters flowing water. The California Department of Fish and Game is executing a Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreement number 1600-2005-0525-3 pursuant to Section 1602.