Improving Fish Passage and Removing Culverts Since 1982
Improving water quality and fish passage in Washington's rivers and streams is one of our founding tenets and a main focus of our work today.
Whether the problem is replacing an impassable culvert to improve fish passage or restoring a major river or wetland, our staff can help with all stages of project—from conceptual planning and feasibility to specifications and cost estimates through construction and performance monitoring.
For construction projects with in-water work, our fisheries biologists are able to provide electrofishing and other fish removal services, as well as electrofishing studies to determine fish presence for planning efforts.
Summer and early fall are one of the busiest times for fishing at The Watershed Company. In this blog, senior fisheries biologist Greg Johnston explains how we help contractors meet project permit requirements and safely remove fish from construction areas.
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