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Fish Passage at Fivemile Creek
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Title: Fish Passage at Fivemile Creek


A brief overview of a cooperative restoration project undertaken by local ranchers, the Klamath Falls Fish and Wildlife Office in Southern Oregon, and their partners to improve fish habitat by reconstructing the creek and reconnecting it to its flood plain.

Related to project: Klamath Falls Fish and Wildlife Office (FFS #4153-R8TB)

Location: Bly, OR, USA

Date Taken: 8/1/2009

Length: 3:45

Video Producer: Brian Hastings , Balance Hydrologics

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Tags: ARRA DOIRecoveryFWS FWS FivemileCreek KlamathFalls RecoveryAct Region8 balance fish habitat hydrologics restoration water wildlife


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