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Project SHARE Field Crew conducting a Habitat Suitability Analysis for Brook Trout and Atlantic Salmon prior to removing a remnant log drive dam on a tributary of the Upper Machias River (Downeast Maine). Sources: USFWS Maine Fishery Resources Office July 2010.

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Mefroshare youth

Project SHARE Field Crew conducting a Habitat Suitability Analysis for Brook Trout and Atlantic Salmon prior to removing a remnant log drive dam on a tributary of the Upper Machias River (Downeast Maine).

Sources: USFWS Maine Fishery Resources Office July 2010


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Joe McKerley (USFWS) and Jonah Baskerville (Project SHARE) conducting Habitat Suitability Analysis for Brook Trout and Atlantic Salmon.

Maine Fishery Resources Office


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Project SHARE field crew removing boulders (with 2-ton hand operated Grip Hoist mechanical tool with block and tackle) from a remnant log drive dam in the Upper Machias River Watershed.

Maine Fishery Resources Office


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Project SHARE field crew member (Jonah Baskerville of Eastport, Maine) takes pride after helping to remove a remnant log drive dam in the Upper Machias River Watershed.

Maine Fishery Resources Office


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Jacques Tardie (Project SHARE bio tech hired from NFPP ARRA Funds) efficiently operates the 2-ton capacity “Grip Hoist” during demolition of a remnant log drive dam in the Upper Machias River Watershed in Downeast Maine.

Maine Fishery Resources Office


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