This $6.3 million dollar project, the first of its kind in Connecticut, was aimed at helping restore fish populations by utilizing a fish bypass. The American shad will be able to utilize the bypass to continue upstream, up the Naugatuck River, to make it to their spawn points between April and June months. Over time river otters, eagles, and osprey should start to flourish as the chad populations rebuild. 

Seymour, CT Tingue Dam

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