The Project will address channel incision and instream habitat complexity along the reach of Butano Creek at the Cloverdale Road bridge. The project will address multiple benefits through process-based ecosystem restoration. Reversing incision will directly address significant structural deficiencies related to pier scour and bank erosion at the bridge. Addressing bank failures at the bridge site will further reduce localized erosion into Butano Creek, which is listed under the State's 303d list as impaired for sediment. The project will also improve instream habitat complexity by providing enhancement in terms of pools, cover, and refugia for salmonids and other aquatic species (e.g., California red-legged frog) along the 625-ft project reach of Butano Creek. The Project will result in greatly improved habitat conditions in terms of erosion, sediment supply, sediment storage, and instream habitat complexity, while providing the additional benefits of increased structural integrity for the bridge and improved access/egress for the town of Pescadero. The Project will accomplish all of this by raising the channel bed with engineered stream material, creating new pools and large woody debris structures in the restored channel, using a mix of bio-engineered and engineered solutions for bank stabilization, and implementing an aggressive planting plan that includes willow stake plantings and container planting along the banks within the project reach.