Pattison Company is excited to be able to assist the US Army Corp. of Engineers in the Missouri River Recovery Program at the Lower Hamburg Bend Conservation Area. Our aggregate products, specifically rip-rap, is being used for stream bank reconstruction and stabilization along an old Missouri River chute that is crucial to the existence of the conservation area.
The Lower Hamburg Bend Conservation Area supplies the public with a plethora of recreational opportunities such as bird watching, fishing, hiking, hunting and wildlife viewing; by assisting in the restoration project we are able to help maintain this beautiful area for future generations to enjoy!
The area is managed through a cooperative effort between the Corps of Engineers and the Missouri Department of Conservation. It is managed for a wide variety of game and non-game fish and wildlife species, has rich bottomland soils here produce a wide variety of wetland vegetation and bottomland timber, which are supplemented by plantings of warm-season grasses. With our product being used for stream bank stabilization we are able to help maintain the rich bottomland soils that produce the amazing timber that helps create the beauty and enjoyment in the conservation area.