The new (2014) Nettle Creek Bridge in the Tryon Creek State Natural Area, which now allows migratory fish such as cutthroat trout to move beyond the former fish passage barrier to upstream habitat.

Native Fish in Tryon Creek: USFWS Monitoring Report

An inspiring report comes from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Monitoring of Native Fish in Tryon Creek, which summarizes USFWS’ work in the Tryon Creek watershed to date. We were particularly heartened to see the section on Nettle Creek, which is upstream of the Nettle Creek Bridge (formerly Stone Bridge) passage barrier that TCWC…
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