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Restoring Roads, Streams and Fish Through Improved Culverts - National Fish Passage Program Part 3"

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Published on Apr 13, 2012

Road culvert replacements are successfully restoring river dynamics while preventing road washouts in Maine's Downeast rivers, home to trout, salmon and many other aquatic natives. This is the third video in a 3-part documentary about how the National Fish Passage Program is working with partners to restore community road and culvert infrastructure and our native fishes.

Want to see more? Download the report Creating Aqautic Possibilities. Read about fish passage projects across the country, see how much it costs and what returns are generated from the investments. Learn about upcoming workshops, where the data is, and who to contact to for more help.

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