As part of the continuing effort under the Beaver Creek initiative a new project got underway in the fall of 2004, just down stream from the Barr project. At the present day Jackson property, where the former Newcomer Grist Mill altered and channelized the stream, 900 feet of Beaver Creek have been restored to its proper width and depth. In-stream J-hooks and cross vanes have been constructed. Bioengineering to stabilize stream banks was also completed. This included the use of live stakes, wetland planting mixes and a riparian forest buffer. All of this will help create more spawning habitat, eliminate stream bank erosion, and allow for better transport of sediment in an attempt to return the stream to its original condition, so aquatic life can thrive once again.