of Grounds

Chad Ridlon checks out the lawn mower.

Tim Knedler, Fish Culture Supervisor (on left) and Chad Ridlon, Fish Culture Assistant Supervisor, discuss plans for the afternoon.

Sandbags are used to help prevent erosion of the banks of the fishway.

The crew often heads to the workshop for a tool for one of the repair jobs.

Water levels have to be checked each day.

Eric Fotter, a Unity College intern,  is shown cleaning the PVC screens.

The influent control structure.

Greg Massey, a fish culturist, demonstrates how the water levels can be controlled in the influent control structure by one of the valves.

Leaves and grass and other debris need to be removed from the fishways.

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Three thousand sand bags have been filled and placed in the fishways to prevent erosion.