All The Fish

Alaska project to open 70 miles of salmon habitat

Little Tonsina bridge nation’s first Bipartisan Infrastructure Law-funded fish passage project to break ground

a round culvert sitting in a stream
One of the undersized culverts that was carried downstream during a 2006 flood event on the Little Tonsina River in Alaska 📷 Alaska Department of Transportation/Jacob Mills

The River

a river surrounded by fall leaves with a mountain downstream
View of Alaska’s Little Tonsina River from a road to be fitted with a bridge. Note the old culvert downstream. 📷 USFWS

Breaking ground

construction vehicles preparing a road
Ground breaking in August 2022. 📷 ADOT/Jacob Mills
excavator by a stream with water control bags in place
📷 ADOT/Jacob Mills

For Fish, First and Foremost

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with others to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.

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