New video explains fish passage program

The Family Forest Fish Passage Program (FFFPP) is a Washington State-funded program that helps private forest landowners replace culverts and other stream-crossing structures that keep trout, salmon, and other fish from reaching upstream habitat. Thanks to a new round of funding from the legislature, the program will complete about 100 projects during the next two years. A new video shows small forest landowners how they and their communities can benefit from a culvert removal program that will help defray costs of improving salmon habitat.