Two bridges and their embankments were removed to improve the river flow, benefiting numerous fish species.
A fish habitat embayment project converted a grassed park area into a small wetland.
This is an ongoing project to create openings in several artificial barriers that prevent movement of juvenile salmon into estuary habitats.
This project re-established ground water channels and spawning habitat within the diked off sections of the former Cheakamus River floodplain.
The Campbell River Estuary transformed from a heavy industrial site to one of British Columbia’s most prolific salmon spawning rivers.
The Brunette River watershed went from being declared a zero salmon run to providing habitat to over a thousand wild salmon.