River bank shored up, fish happy

The Barriere River Streambank Restoration and Fisheries Habitat Enhancement Project was completed

Pictured is a view of some of the logs that have been placed to create fish habitat

The Barriere River Streambank Restoration and Fisheries Habitat Enhancement Project was completed by the end of last month, except for some grass seeding yet to be done.

The project was a partnership between the  Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, the District of Barriere, and Simpcw First Nation who provided an environmental monitor for the project.

 

 

 

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