Work to recenter the watercourse and re-vegetate the bank was carried out throughout the year.
Today, nature is taking over! The vegetation will eventually stabilise the bank and diversify the habitats for wildlife.
The work carried out last summer on the ford is now also complete!
The consolidation of the structure also made it possible to facilitate the upstream migration of fish, particularly eels. To this end, the downstream part of the nozzles and the calots were rebuilt to create a gentle slope with rockfill. The ford is now a structure that can be crossed by migratory fish species and is better integrated into the natural bed of the watercourse.
Work on the last section, under the Joffre bridge, will resume in early July.