The contaminated soil was later removed and the area was developed into a naturalized landscape containing prairie grasses, wildflowers and planted trees.
This area was designed to provide both erosion control and a public use space. The project consisted of five distinct zones, each containing its own unique assemblage of plant species. These zones included an upper wildflower meadow, upland forest, mid-bank zone, riparian zone, and shallow marsh wetland zone. Native Plant Solutions was tasked with the final grading and topsoil placement, seeding and maintenance of specific plant mixes, planting of wetland areas, and erosion control for 421 Archibald remediation.