The primary objective of this project was to correct the deficiencies identified by fisheries and Oceans Canada personnel to works that had been completed at T105 in 2002. The works completed at T-105 improved access for juvenile and adult fish and enhanced spawning and rearing habitat. A total of 600m2 of rearing habitat was created to enhance the existing habitat created upstream of the T106 culvert in 2002. This will provide rearing habitat for 609 coho fry. Cutthroat trout will also use the area.
Wright, Michael C.. 2003. South Taylor mainline T-105 mitigation works. Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Forest Science Program. Forest Investment Account Report. FIA2003MR049