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The National Fish Habitat Partnership, with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, funded $172,598 across four on-the ground projects. These projects bring an additional $815,726 in partner contributions for a partner:NFHAP ratio of 4.7:1. The projects will remove 3 barriers, reconnect 28 upstream miles, and improve 0.4 miles of stream. January 2023 update: the Narraguagus project has been completed, and the Blue Lick Run culvert has been replaced with a fish friendly span; demonstration tours are being planned.

Restoration of Riverine Process and Habitat Suitability, Narraguagus River, Beddington, ME

Project added wood and boulder structures to a 0.4-mile reach of the mainstem Narraguagus River, ME, and constructed off channel habitat features.

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Cross Brothers Dam Removal, Northfield VT

Vermont Natural Resources Council will remove a dam and restore stream habitat on one of the most popular trout rivers in Vermont.

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Culvert Replacement, Blue Lick Run Tributary, Avilton, MD

The project restored connectivity within the Savage watershed, Maryland’s best EBT resource, improving fish passage to largely forested upstream habitat. Connectivity will increase population resilience and genetic diversity by providing access to cold water refugia during low flow periods and increasing foraging and spawning habitat availability.

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Culvert Retrofit for Aquatic Passage Restoration, Kirby Brook, Washington, CT

The project purpose is to use stream simulation design techniques to retrofit an existing barrier culvert on Kirby Brook, in order to restore full aquatic organism passage through the structure, opening up an additional 1.8 miles of high-quality fish habitat in Kirby Brook and its tributaries.

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