In 2013, Sally Harold at The Nature Conservancy-Connecticut was able to secure needed funding through various sources, including the DEC Bond Act, the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation's Long Island Sound Futures Fund, and the Friends of the Bay in Oyster Bay, to plan and design a new fish passage
at the site.
In Alaska, engineers designing fish passage
culverts are doing just that and ending up with culverts that will pass the 100-year flood flows without failing.
The $1.4 million Beaver Creek Fish Passage
Improvements project was limited to a six-month schedule, owing to water levels and weather restrictions.
is monitored by the Environment Agency on all North East rivers, as fish swim through counters at weirs.
Staff have been working with angling groups to improve fish passage
on the Wear and its tributaries such as the River Gaunless, and Cong Burn near Chester-le-Street, by removing obstructions and installing fish passes.
Reconnecting the lakes will bring considerable benefits for Lake Albert, including management of exposed foreshores, reduction in salinity levels and re-establishment of fish passage
between the lakes.
Bureau of Reclamation is building a fish passage
project upstream from town, and Sarmo wanted to build next to that, but the $2 million cost prevented it.
The hatchery is part of a larger integrated fisheries complex that includes the Nevada Fishery Resources Office and Marble Bluff Fish Passage
It includes new sections on river flow hydraulics, fish passage
, floating ice and debris, and other topics.
The river relocation/restoration involved temporary bypass piping and box culverts to handle river flows during excavation and included dam removal and river conversion to a free-flowing system with a fish passage
channel, riffles, runs, and pools.
Restoration of fish passage
to all the tributaries of the Sebasticook will more than double the lake habitat, producing a potential of 4.5 million alewives.
This complements an existing fish passage
at the weir, allowing better and more secure access for migrating fish.