Valentine National Wildlife Refuge Aquatic Habitat Project Continues

October 8, 2015 Cara Pesek

LINCOLN – An aquatic habitat project that began this spring at the Valentine National Wildlife Refuge south of Valentine will continue this fall and into 2016. The project addresses the presence of nuisance common carp in the system and their passage through the existing water control structures. Control structures, berm improvements, fish barriers and dredging ...

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