Funding for free-flowing water benefits native fish, local bridges

It was recently announced by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), that the “Huzzah Creek Fish Passage Restoration Project” received funding through Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, National Fish Passage Project (BIL-NFPP) funds.

The project was awarded $1,459,850 to remove two Huzzah Creek fish passage barriers and replace them with climate-resilient bridges located at John Coleman and Seller roads in Crawford County.

Removing these barriers builds on a recent Huzzah National Fish Passage Program (NFPP) aquatic organism passage project. 

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