This report gives recommendations on how to assess the environmental and structural performance of wetland crossings.
This video demonstrates how to access the FSCP's online system and how to make use of its many features. Log into the system here:
Presentation highlighting FSCP's progress to mitigate fish passages.
Article from the Alberta Energy Regulator about the Foothills Stream Crossing Partnership.
Report of UofA student's research looking at stream crossings near Grande Prairie
Visitors to Hardisty Creek just south of Hinton can now learn about geotextile reinforced soil (GRS) arches, the institute’s Foothills Stream Crossing Program, and what goes on within a creek, thanks to new interpretive signage.
On September 22nd, 2009 the Grade 8 French Immersion class from Harry Collinge High School, Hinton, AB, helped FRI researchers to plant willow wands along the banks of Hardisty Creek and Robb Road at the site of a new geo-textile arch stream crossing.
In the August issue of eNotes we told you about replacing a culvert with a new system called geotextile reinforced soil (GRS) arch to re-establish fish passage on Hardisty Creek, located along Robb Road 6.6 km south of Hinton.
A culvert on Hardisty Creek located along Robb Road 6.6 km south of Hinton was identified as a barrier to fish passage.