1. Stabilize the downstream historic tailings pile.
1a. Construct a drainage channel along the uphill perimeter of the pile to divert runoff around the tailings.
1b. Excavate the edges of the pile and place this material into the center of the pile.
1c. Re-grade the slopes of the pile.
1d. Cover the surface of the pile with topsoil.
1e. Install erosion control features across the surface of the pile.
1f. Establish vegetation on the surface of the pile.
2. Stabilize the upstream historic tailings pile.
2a. Re-grade the tailings pile and construct erosion control features.
2b. Cover the surface of the pile with topsoil.
2c. Establish vegetation on the surface of the pile.
3. Stabilize the stream channels.
3a. Widen and reconstruct Imogene Creek from the pipe bridge downstream to the river crossing.
3b. Remove rock obstructions from Canyon Creek and thin trees on the south bank.
3c. Widen and reconstruct Imogene Creek from the river crossing to the confluence.
3d. Widen and reconstruct the confluence of Imogene and Sneffels creeks.
3e. Widen and reconstruct Sneffels Creek from the CR361 bridge to the confluence.
3f. Widen and reconstruct Canyon Creek from the confluence to a point downstream of the historic tailings.
3g. Armor stream banks and construct erosion control features.
3h. Establish vegetation in the constructed floodplain.