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Replacing poorly functioning culverts with fish-friendly culverts like this one helps increase fish passage and reduce risk of flooding during extreme weather events. Credit: USFWS
Replacing poorly functioning culverts with fish-friendly culverts like this one helps increase fish passage and reduce risk of flooding during extreme weather events.
Credit: USFWS


Service takes aim at restoring rivers and river systems across the Northeast


October 23, 2017 - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is working with partners across the Northeast to remove aging dams, install fish-friendly culverts and bridges and eliminate other obstructions to restore rivers and river systems to their natural condition.

News release





Published on: Monday, October 23,2017


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