GLES designed and supervised the installation of a new creek channel to restore a stagnant pond where a dam had been decommissioned. The entire site was underlain by flat limestone bedrock which had been covered with sediment over the years. The entire flow of Blue Jay Creek was bypassed around the work site to protect downstream water quality. Since the site was completed, rainbow trout and salmon have successfully spawned in the newly constructed gravel beds. This project was also featured in the recent edition of Ontario Out of Doors.
Blue Jay Creek Fish Habitat Enhancement Project