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New York Sea Grant (NYSG) in partnership with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) is requesting proposals for projects that serve to benefit the environment and economy of New York’s Great Lakes basin by demonstrating the application of ecosystem-based management (EBM) to local watershed challenges. The small grants program is made possible by the New York State Environmental Protection Fund and Article 14 of Environmental Conservation Law. NYSG is soliciting proposals (up to $50,000) for projects that implement both the goals of the GLAA, as well as actions specifically identified in locally supported plans pertaining to water quality, natural resources, or sustainable land uses (i.e., Coastal Lakeshore Economy and Resiliency Regional Plans, Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan's, Harbor Management Plans, Comprehensive Plans, watershed management plans, etc.).
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
File Troff document Official summary from the FWS Fish Passage Summit
Please find attached the workshop proceedings from Partner Workshop: Fish Passage through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law that took place at the National Conservation and Training Center from July 18-20. The document includes the following: Overview of each of the sessions and speakers on Day One and summary of post session discussion. Detailed brainstorming from all the breakout sessions on Day Two Synthesis and discussion from Day Three Meeting Agenda List of Attendees (in person and virtual) These are not decisional documents, rather a synthesis of information, ideas, and perspectives. We hope it will serve as a reference document to support all our efforts into the future.
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File Troff document Slides from July 2022 Fish Passage summit
pdf with the PowerPoint presentations from the speakers at the workshop
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Do you own more than 25 contiguous acres and have an old field that needs to be mowed, an apple tree that needs pruning or even some alders that are no longer vibrant? NH Fish and Game is now taking applications for our small grants program which helps landowners accomplish habitat projects on their properties. The program pays up to $4000.00 per year (no more than $10,000.00 over 10 years) in exchange for your property remaining open to the public for non-motorized hunting and fishing. This program is a direct result of the $2.50 habitat fee charged on hunting licenses sold in New Hampshire. This fall NHFG has approximately $30,000.00 remaining for projects and funding is provided on a first come first serve basis. For more information go to https://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/habitat/small-grants to find the biologist in your area you can contact to participate in the program!
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
South Carolina conservation funding and technical assistance
A collection of links and information about cost-share programs, grants, technical assistance, and other resources for protecting and improving watersheds and in stream habitat in South Carolina.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
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.
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listing of contacts for GA Region 1 Soil and Water Conservation Districts
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
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
This grant program is for the implementation of agricultural conservation practices that reduce or prevent negative impacts to the Commonwealth's natural resources that may result from agricultural practices, while maintaining sustainability and productivity of the agricultural operation. Part of this incentivizes producers to proactively address risks and strengthen their economic and environmental resiliency as they adapt to a changing climate. Agricultural operations engaged in production agriculture for commercial purposes as defined in Massachusetts law M.G.L c. 128, Sec. 1A. Applicant must own, or be a Co-Applicant with the owner of the agricultural operation.
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