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Each summer, the Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture requests project proposals to restore and conserve habitat necessary to support existing healthy and productive populations of brook trout and to restore habitat that currently or historically sustained brook trout populations. Federal funding available under the National Fish Habitat Action Plan through the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will be used to fund the top ranked projects. The maximum award amount for an individual project is $50,000. All projects must be developed in collaboration with the nearest U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Sponsoring Office. Funding can only be used for on-the-ground habitat conservation and improvement projects and related design and monitoring activities. The application deadline for FY 2017 funding considerations is September 16, 2016.

2017 EBTJV / FWS-NFHP Project Funding Opportunity

This folder contains all of the information for the 2017 funding cycle. To submit a project for funding, you must be a registered member of this website. Please register for membership early because you will need to be approved before you can use the website as a member to upload applications. The deadline for this funding opportunity is 5:00 p.m. Eastern time on September 16, 2016. Please create a folder with the name and location of your project. All application materials must be uploaded to your project folder.

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Links to Other Funding Sources

This folder contains information on other sources of funding for EBTJV partners.

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EBTJV Project Completion Report Template

This is the project completion template that needs to be completed and submitted by the principle investigator(s) for every Brook Trout conservation project that receives EBTJV/FWS-NFHAP funding suppot.

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Summary of Key Brook Trout Conservation Actions, Common State Level Objectives, and Habitat Objectives

The EBTJV developed key actions for conserving Brook Trout, and identified common state-level objectives as well as habitat objectives. These action strategies and objectives are aimed at achieving the EBTJV’s principal goals (Conservation Strategy August 2011) and are used to guide the partnership’s decision-making as well as measuring its progress and successes.

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