|Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program|
|FIA Project 8033024|
|McGregor Watershed Assessment - Phase 1|
|Project lead: Canadian Forest Products Ltd.|
|Author: DWB Forestry Services Ltd.|
|Subject: Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program|
|Series: Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program|
|A Fish Passage Culvert Inventory Project is designed to identify all closed-bottom structure crossings in a watershed group to identify any areas with fish passage issues. The focus of the project is on pre-1995 roads constructed prior to the inception of the Forest Practices Code.|
A Fish Passage Culvert Inventory Project consists of 4 phases (MoE March 2009). Phase 1 is the preparation of the Sampling Plan and is the focus of this report. Phase 2 consists solely of field assessments and is known as the Data Collection Phase. Phase 2 follows procedures outlined in the Ministry of Environment’s (MoE) Field Assessment for Fish Passage Determination of Closed Bottomed Structures (MoE May 2009). Field assessment is the groundtruthing phase; during this phase, a Closed Bottom Structure (CBS) Field Measurement Form is filled out for any crossing containing a closed-bottom structure that is located on a potential fishbearing stream. Phase 3 is the Analysis Phase and includes reporting, fish presence analysis, and cost analysis. A cost analysis is conducted on every crossing having a CBS Field Measurement Form to determine the cost effective method(s) to restore fish passage at the identified crossings. The final phase of a Fish Passage Culvert Inventory Project is the Implementation Phase, Phase 4, where the best solution to restore fish passage at a crossing is determined and an implementation plan is designed for crossings requiring restoration.
Fish Passage Inventory - Phase 1 (0.1Mb)
East overview map (22.6Mb)
West overview map (20.4Mb)
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Updated August 16, 2010
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