DNR works to rebuild Shavers Fork watershed

Under the watchful eye of the Canaan Valley Institute's Ed Watson, construction crews are building a bridge and fish ladder that will allow brook trout to move freely back and forth between Shavers Fork and their Beaver Creek spawning grounds.

CHEAT BRIDGE — To a casual onlooker, the excavators and bulldozers working high on Cheat Mountain look as if they’re building something modern.

What they’re really trying to do is turn back the clock.

Read John McCoy’s full article from the Charleston Gazette HERE

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