In 2012, the Churchill Community Foundation approached the Churchill South Association about the stream that enters Lake Churchill from Churchill South. The stream valley includes a 36-inch storm pipe that, during storms, channels a large amount of stormwater runoff into the lake. The area near the pipe was damaged and a lot of sediment was entering the lake, due to the scouring of the stream valley walls. The CCF hired an engineering firm to analyze the problem and to apply for permits to rectify the situation. With permits in hand, a stream valley restoration was started. This included installing large rocks near the storm pipe to protect the stream valley walls, limiting erosion near the pathway, building a large pool where water could circulate and slow down, and placing rocks along the path to slow the water and direct it into the stream valley. In addition, fencing was installed and plants, including live-stake trees, were planted to hold the stream bank in place during future high-water events. The project was completed in 2014 with additional plantings made in 2016.