Photos by Barry Wallace
Workers are seen in the Holland Marsh retrieving and moving fish from the old canal to the new canal. Relocating and widening of the 28 km.-canal will take at least five years to complete and cost $26.4 million. An additional $57.5 million will be spent on municipal bridges and Hwy. 400 structures. The project will enable the huge market-garden vegetable resource to withstand a 100-year weather event. It will also increase the saftey of traffic along roads bordering the marsh. Many people have perished over the years when their vehicles plunged into the canal.
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