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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
File Wolf Den Run Final Report 2021
Final report - financial tables for EBTJV and FWS report.
Located in Projects / Project Completion Reports
Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill and brook trout
How infrastructure funding can help brook trout.
Located in News & Events / News Inbox
Through our Land Protection program, Potomac Conservancy works one-on-one with private landowners to conserve forested, agricultural, streamside, and open space lands in the northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and the South Branch River Valley of West Virginia. We also provide resources for land management and cost-share programs to ensure working lands are both productive and river-friendly.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
Forested riparian buffers are an important tool in helping to protect and ensure stream quality by providing critical barriers between polluting landscapes and receiving waterways. Use the resources linked here to learn how you can make a difference in stream health and vitality by implementing riparian buffers on your land.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
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
Federal infrastructure funding
Aquatic infrastructure programs under the BIL.
Located in Projects
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
A Great Way to Support EBTJV – Shop Select RepYourWater Merchandise to Further our Brook Trout Conservation Efforts
The Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture (EBTJV) is excited about its collaboration with RepYourWater, Beyond the Pond, and the Atlantic Coastal Fish Habitat Partnership (ACFHP) to further support fish habitat conservation from whitewater to bluewater.
Located in News & Events / News Inbox
File F14AS0012 Performance Report: 6-2-14 to 12-31-15
This report describes accomplishments made under this FWS Service Agreement.
Located in Projects / EBTJV Operational Grants / FY14 EBTJV Coordination and Operations_FWS-NFHAP Funded Agreement