Many culverts cause big problems for fish. When fish can’t get where they need to go it hits us in our pocketbooks, decreases our food security, and threatens millions of Americans’ recreational pursuits, traditions, and ways of living. Across the United States, migratory fish — like salmon, steelhead, and river herring — are particularly hard hit by barriers across streams and rivers.
Many culverts are also weak links in our nation’s infrastructure. Luckily, where there’s a problem there’s typically a solution.
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