The project aimed to re-establish a self-sustaining population of Chinook with a high probability of long-term persistence against variability in natural environmental changes.
Stream restoration and monitoring activities were carried out to increase overall fish habitat quality and quantity to assist the Atlantic salmon population in the Northumberland Strait.
Fish habitat restoration, flow improvements and fish passage improvements occurred on three watercourses in the Sackville River watershed.
Eight sites along the St. Mary’s River were restored, including breech repairs, deflectors, bank repairs and installation of rock sills and holding pools.
Cornwallis Marsh was restored from a freshwater wetland back to its historical state as a salt marsh through the breach of an old dike.