Corbold Creek

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. ┬áThe 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.