How well we integrate surface water resources with the built environment now will influence the quality and resilience of our communities for decades to come. We study physical and biological processes to inform our restoration designs and believe that taking a holistic, watershed approach results in the best, long-term, self-mitigating designs. We excel at the engineered placement of large wood, having done some of the first installations in the Pacific Northwest nearly 20 years ago. Our resume has expanded to levee removals and setbacks, channel creation and relocation projects in a variety of environments, and culvert and bridge replacements. We do all of this in full knowledge of a changing climate, which we have considered and prepared for in our first restoration designs many years ago. Now we are actively adapting our design standards and modeling scenarios so that the money spent now will benefit present and future generations.