DOI Pond and Kettle Rehabilitation
Project Description: Work included the replacement of 10 existing water control structures (commonly referred to as kettles), water supply piping, drain piping, and valves at the Harrison Lake National Fish Hatchery, a 444-acre facility in a rural portion of Virginia’s Tidewater area. Established and constructed in the 1930s to raise warm-water fish for stocking in lakes and ponds, Harrison Lake NFH now plays a key role in the Service's efforts to protect and restore imperiled populations of freshwater mussels and restore migratory fish in Atlantic coastal rivers and their headwaters.
Project Location: Richmond, VA
Owner: Department of Interior
Cost of Construction: $1.0M