Removing Obstacles Restores Passage to the Milwaukee River

The Milwaukee River has become a bit more navigable for aquatic life thanks to the Ozaukee County fish passage program. Over 100 miles of streams feeding into the Milwaukee River are now reconnected, allowing native fish to return to the river. Read more here.

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One Response to Removing Obstacles Restores Passage to the Milwaukee River

  1. Paul Flansburg says:

    It’s great to see all of these success stories around Milwaukee! I can’t wait for our HOW Conference in a few days!