Building Kirkstall fish pass :: Shared Description

Photos of the construction of a fish pass in the River Aire at Kirkstall Weir in 2020. This is part of a £2.3 million project, funded by the Environment Agency and National Lottery Heritage Fund, to provide passes on four weirs at Armley, Kirkstall, Newlay and Saltaire. The project should be completed by 2022. The aim is to allow fish (principally migrating salmon) that cannot currently get beyond Kirkstall to reach their natural spawning grounds in the headwaters of the river. The work builds on the previous construction by the Aire Rivers Trust of two fish passes at St Ann's Mills weir and Burley Mills weir in 2014 with EU funding.

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by Stephen Craven
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Created: Sat, 25 Apr 2020, Updated: Sat, 25 Apr 2020

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