In Spring 2012, in partnership with Pacific Salmon Foundation‘s Partnered Initiatives and Department of Fisheries and Oceans, we were able to replace a failing water intake system from Corbold Creek, Fish Hatchery creek and Alvin Spawning channels in the Upper Pitt River system. The habitat was enhanced, complexed and protected from erosive force of water. A scuba survey was also conducted in Corbold Creek to assess what species may be using the area in addition to the known salmonids.
Further to the restoration work, a mapping pilot project was undertaken to understand the scope of the drainage wetland, and passage to fish species was conducted. To learn more please contact us.