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Improving Fish Passage on the River Yar

We have improved opportunities for fish migration on a 4km stretch of the River Yar between Alverstone and Budbridge. We have done this by installing timber baffles, rocky barrages and eel brushes to improve river flow underneath bridges at Horringford and Langbridge which we identified as posing particular barriers to the movement of spawning fish up river.