Fiona paid particular attention to the ‘fish passage’ project – much needed improvements are now being made to rivers and waterways across the Park to assist fish as they migrate to and from their spawning grounds, and generally move around.
She built a model of a typical fish passage, so that members of the group could feel its contours and textures to get a better understanding of what is being done.
She also made a map of the Colne Valley Regional Park area with a raised boundary that the group members could also touch.
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