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(Article) Campbell Creek Dam in Marysville to be removed, restoring fish passageway

Campbell Creek Dam (Nashwaak Watershed Association)

A century-old dam used to service a former cotton mill in Marysville will be removed to restore a fish passage in a stream that flows into the Nashwaak River.

The dam, which is owned by the City of Fredericton, sits at the mouth of Campbell Creek and has made it impossible for migratory species to travel through. This includes Atlantic salmon, which have been stuck below the dam in Campbell Creek since the facility was built.

Full article on CBC.ca