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EBTJV project named in NFHAP's annual Waters to Watch program

The White River, VT featured in NFHAP's annual Waters to Watch program.

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Project snapshot - Restoration of Riverine Process and Habitat Suitability, Narraguagus River, Beddington, ME

This FY22 EBTJV/NFHAP funded project has been successfully completed! Thanks to Project SHARE and partners for continuing to invest in the health and functioning of this watershed.

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Camp Wiahkowi Dam Removal a Success

Friends of the Winooski River completed the removal of Camp Wihakowi Dam in 2020.

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See our videos from the recent EBTJV annual meeting!

in April 2022 EBTJV had a membership meeting at NCTC. Videos are now on YouTube.

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Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill and brook trout

How infrastructure funding can help brook trout.

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New infographic about EBTJV's work

Infographic showing the progress made by EBTJV and partners since 2006.

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EBTJV's 2021 habitat projects to connect over 6 stream miles, reduce sedimentation, improve brook trout resiliency to climate change

The US Fish and Wildlife Service has awarded $173,333 in funding for EBTJV partners through the National Fish Habitat Partnership Program in 2021. These projects bring an additional $669,887 in partner contributions for a partner:NFHAP ratio of 3.9:1.

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During fishing and boating week, enjoy and conserve wild brook trout

Learn about EBTJV's mission and conservation actions, and enjoy this beautiful native fish.

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Workshop: Understanding Genetics for Successful Conservation and Restoration of Resilient Chesapeake Bay Brook Trout Populations

On September 28 and 29, 2021, the Chesapeake Research Consortium is hosting a brook trout genetics workshop for researchers, managers, and conservation practitioners. The workshop will be available via web and also in person.

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Meet Lori Maloney

New coordinator for Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture

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10th International Charr Symposium in Japan: First Announcement

The International Symposium on Charr (genus Salvelinus) attracts a diverse community that uses charr in research, recreation, and as a food resource.

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Brook Trout: The Scourge and the Saint. Applying Lessons Learned from Both Eradication and Reintroduction Efforts across the West and East to Better Manage this Char

Proceedings from a symposium that was held during the 2019 American Fisheries Society/The Wildlife Society Joint Annual Meeting in Reno, Nevada.

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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.

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Donate Now to Support Brook Trout Conservation

Supporters of Brook Trout conservation can make a tax-deductible donation that will assist the Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture achieve its mission.

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Celebrating 1,000 Culverts

THE U.S. FOREST SERVICE AND ITS MANY PARTNERS ARE BUILDING BETTER CULVERTS TO OPEN WATERWAYS FOR FISH TO GROW, REPRODUCE AND SURVIVE, TO IMPROVE THE RESILIENCY OF ROADS TO FLOODING, AND TO PROTECT TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE FOR COMMUNITIES

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Decision Support Tools for Brook Trout Conservation

The EBTJV website now houses links to five new decision support tools that can assist natural resource managers with Brook Trout conservation efforts.

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EVERYTHING’S COMING UP BROOK TROUT, AND NOT A MOMENT TOO SOON

After more than a century of population decline resulting from habitat loss, and competition from invasive species, Brook Trout are starting to feel the heat from climate change as well. Fortunately, partners from all sectors are joining forces to tackle “the big three” with the right tools, using the best available science supported by the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative, the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative, the EBTJV, and others.

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Aaron Run (MD) - Mitigating Acid Mine Drainage Improves pH Levels in Run

Waterbody Improved: water flowing through abandoned coal mines contributed acid mine drainage (AMD) to Maryland’s Aaron Run, causing the stream’s pH level to fail to meet the state’s water quality standard for pH. As a result, the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) added Aaron Run to Maryland’s 2004 Clean Water Act (CWA) section 303(d) list of impaired waters for low pH. Watershed partners implemented numerous AMD mitigation projects, and pH levels increased. Aaron Run now meets the state water quality standard for pH and supports a population of brook trout. As a result, MDE has proposed removing Aaron Run from the state’s list of impaired waters for pH impairment in 2014.

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East Fork Greenbrier River/Poca Run Large Woody Material Project, Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia, Monitoring Report - 2015

The East Fork Greenbrier River/Poca Run Large Woody Material (LWM) project was designed to treat a total of 16 stream sites with LWM structures distributed along ¾ miles of stream and floodplain areas on the Monongahela National Forest.

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EBTJV Newsletter - Volume 2, Issue 2 (June 2014)

The EBTJV's newsletters contain Brook Trout conservation and partnership-related news.

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W2B Communications Strategy Now Published

Representatives from each Fish Habitat Partnership involved with the Whitewater to Bluewater collaborative (W2B): SARP, ACFHP, and EBTJV initiated a plan of approach for the development of a joint communications strategy.

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