The Roseberry Stream Restoration Project was approximately 2,292 linear feet of stream restoration and enhancement on three unnamed tributaries to Roseberry Creek near Corryton, Knox County, Tennessee. Goals for the project included: 1) improving aquatic habitat by introducing riffle–pool sequences, adding large woody debris in the form of root-wads, log sills, and log vanes, and 2) restoring a native bottomland hardwood riparian forest along the project. Native trees and shrubs were planted along the riparian corridor to provide a diversity of forest structure, wildlife forage value, filtering capacity, soil stability, and riparian habitat. Construction of riffle-pool sequences using native substrate material has improved aquatic habitat diversity. A weir dam was removed from the main channel that interrupted sediment transport, impounded stream flows and functioned as a fish barrier. Floodplain wetlands were enhanced by plugging drainage ditches and planting native trees.