The project is limited to the restoration of an ephemeral stream channel, including the removal of a failed 12-inch corrugated metal pipe (CMP), the excavation of road materials placed within the stream, the restoration of approximately 125 lineal feet of stream channel and riparian area, and the rerouting of the road segment. A historic road connecting the residence and Highway 3 currently exists over the segment of stream channel to be restored, though the road has structurally failed. Approximately 125 feet of stream channel will be excavated and approximately 125 feet of roadway will be rerouted north of the stream channel. The new road will be composed of ¾-inch aggregate base, constructed according to measures from the Handbook for Forest, Ranch and Rural Roads, and will be installed outside of the riparian area. 750 square feet of earth will be disturbed and temporarily impacted during excavation and construction. Sterile wheat and straw will be placed over disturbed areas to control erosion during project activities. Native rock and light woody debris will be placed in the restored channel to replicate the state and habitat structure of a natural channel. No vegetation will be removed from the riparian area and no permanent impacts to fish or wildlife resources are expected as a result of the project activities.