Creek clean-up, re-contoured slopes, and re-vegetated shorelines to restore aquatic habitats and water quality.
Over a decade’s (2010-2020) worth of restoration initiatives implemented in the Saint John River Watershed to provide additional benefits including water purification, flood protection, and temperature regulation.
Installation of fish ladders and other structures to facilitate fish passage within 46 km of stream that was previously inaccessible.
The restoration of drained wetland habitat led to increased habitat, saved crops and a more profitable farm.
Log dams were dismantled to restore natural water levels and fish passage for sensitive populations, including brook trout.