Monitoring Fish Habitat Structures in Grilse Creek
Chinook Salmon: James Baxter
Grilse Creek LWD Post‐Construction Maintenance & Monitoring
In 2014, the British Columbia Conservation Foundation, with FWCP funding, re‐built 18 Large Woody Debris (LWD) structures in the lowest three‐kilometre reach of Grilse Creek, a headwater tributary of the Salmon River. To ensure this project remains successful, costeffective and optimized, this project will repair damage found during the 2015 Routine Effectiveness Evaluation (REE), and another REE will be conducted during spring 2016.
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