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File National Fish Habitat Fund By-Laws
This document contains the By-Laws for the National Fish Habitat Fund.
Located in Groups / / 2014 Steering Committee Conference Call Summaries / December 16, 2014 Steering Committee Conference Call Documents
File RealAudio document EBTJV/FWS-NFHAP 2023 Project Application Form
The EBTJV/FWS-NFHAP Project Application Form needs be completed and uploaded for project proposals seeking FY2023 funding assistance.
Located in Projects / EBTJV Funding Opportunities / 2023 Project Application Information
Image Patten Stream Photo Facing Upstream During Spring
Photograph showing Patten Stream and a temporary fish ladder that was constructed. The Project is to construct a permanent rock weir. The engineering work for this construction is well underway and is expected to be complete by the end of the year.
Located in Projects / / Unfunded Applications from 2014 / EBTJV/NFHAP/NFPP Patten Stream Fish Passage Construction, Surry, ME
File Wolf Den Run Final Report 2021
Final report - financial tables for EBTJV and FWS report.
Located in Projects / Project Completion Reports
The Cooperative Agreement for Stream Bank Restoration Program assists landowners through public-private partnerships by offering advice and funding for habitat projects on private lands that restore and protect wetlands and other wildlife habitat that might otherwise go unprotected. The funding for this cost-share initiative is provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Program to GSWCC and provides incentives to install practices that improve riparian buffers and repair and protect stream banks. Project applications are prioritized in order to address priority watersheds and to provide maximum benefit to the 63 species on Georgia’s Threatened & Endangered Species List.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
The Stream Improvement Program offers assistance by designing and constructing small projects to restore stream channels damaged by high water or flooding events and to stabilize streambanks affected by erosion at sites where there are imminent threats to the structural integrity of homes, businesses and industries. The primary objective of this program is to provide increased public safety on a smaller scale than the larger flood protection type projects and to reduce high sediment loads and prevent them from being transported downstream and re-depositing elsewhere. For additional information on the Stream Improvement Program, please contact Bill Kcenich at 717-783-0369.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
The Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) helps agricultural producers maintain and improve their existing conservation systems and adopt additional conservation activities to address priority resources concerns. Participants earn CSP payments for conservation performance—the higher the performance, the higher the payment.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) offer matching-funds to stimulate the development and adoption of innovative approaches and technologies for conservation on agricultural lands. Eligibility: CIG applications are accepted from state or local governments, federally recognized American Indian tribes, non-governmental organizations and individuals in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the Caribbean and the Pacific Islands areas.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
listing of contacts for GA Region 1 Soil and Water Conservation Districts
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
For municipalities. Learn more about our Culvert Replacement Municipal Assistance Grant Program. There are approximately 25,000 culverts and small bridges in Massachusetts - the majority of which are undersized. Culverts that are too small can be barriers to fish and wildlife movement and cause flood hazards for communities. Massachusetts regulations call for culverts to meet the Stream Crossing Standards to help protect our natural resources and our communities. Find out here how the Division of Ecological Restoration (DER) can help your community with culvert replacements that meet these Standards and learn more about our Culvert Replacement Municipal Assistance Grant Program.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources