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    GALLERY: Alewife restoration project nears two-thirds completion with Vassalboro fishway 1011 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Forms are placed Tuesday as a Denil fishway is built along Outlet Stream that flows past the Olde Mill Place at 934 Main St. in Vassalboro. The project is designed to restore river access and encourage the return of the alewives.

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    Forms are placed Tuesday as a Denil fishway is built along Outlet Stream that flows past the Olde Mill Place at 934 Main St. in Vassalboro. The project is designed to restore river access and encourage the return of the alewives.

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    Landis Hudson of Maine Rivers, left, and Matt Streeter, also of Maine Rivers and project manager with the building of a Denil fishway, at the project site Tuesday along Outlet Stream by the Olde Mill Place in Vassalboro. The project is designed to restore river access and encourage the return of the alewives.

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    GALLERY: Alewife restoration project nears two-thirds completion with Vassalboro fishway 1011 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Forms are placed Tuesday as a Denil fishway is being built along Outlet Stream that flows past the Olde Mill Place at 934 Main St. in Vassalboro. The project is designed to restore river access and encourage the return of the alewives.

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    GALLERY: Alewife restoration project nears two-thirds completion with Vassalboro fishway 1011 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Workers finish concrete Tuesday where forms were placed for the Denil fishway being built along Outlet Stream that flows past the Olde Mill Place at 934 Main St. in Vassalboro. The project is designed to restore river access and encourage the return of the alewives.

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    GALLERY: Alewife restoration project nears two-thirds completion with Vassalboro fishway 1011 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Equipment is lowered to workers where a Denil fishway is being built Tuesday along the Outlet Stream that flows past the Olde Mill Place at 934 Main St. in Vassalboro. The project is designed to restore river access and encourage the return of the alewives.

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    GALLERY: Alewife restoration project nears two-thirds completion with Vassalboro fishway 1011 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Forms are placed Tuesday as a Denil fishway is built along the Outlet Stream that flows past the Olde Mill Place at 934 Main St. in Vassalboro. The project is designed to restore river access and encourage the return of the alewives.

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    GALLERY: Alewife restoration project nears two-thirds completion with Vassalboro fishway 1011 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Finished concrete is shown as part of the Denil fishway being built along the Outlet Stream that flows past the Olde Mill Place at 934 Main St. in Vassalboro. The project is designed to restore river access and encourage the return of the alewives.

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    GALLERY: Alewife restoration project nears two-thirds completion with Vassalboro fishway 1011 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Workers pass where forms were being placed for concrete at the Denil fishway being built along the Outlet Stream that flows past the Olde Mill Place at 934 Main St. in Vassalboro. The project is designed to restore river access and encourage the return of the alewives.

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    GALLERY: Alewife restoration project nears two-thirds completion with Vassalboro fishway 1011 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    People can watch the progress from above the waterfall next to where a Denil fishway is being built along the Outlet Stream in Vassalboro. The project is designed to restore river access and encourage the return of the alewives.

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