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From FY 2006 through FY 2020, the US Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) allocated more than $3.5 million to the EBTJV in support of ninety-four Brook Trout conservation projects, while project partners contributed $19.6 million, which equates to a 5.5:1 ratio of partner to Service funds. Hundreds of organizations have been involved in these projects, including NGOs, state agencies, federal agencies, watershed groups, indigenous tribes, businesses, educational institutions, and local governments. These projects have removed 107 barriers, reconnected 382 miles of stream, and enhanced or restored 357 acres of riparian habitat.
2021 Projects

2021 Projects

Through the National Fish Habitat Partnership Program, the Fish and Wildlife Service funded $173,333 across three habitat projects. These projects bring an additional $669,887 in partner contributions for a partner:NFHAP ratio of 3.86:1. These projects reconnect stream miles and reduce sedimentation in NC, TN, and ME.

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2020 Projects

2020 Projects

These projects removed three barriers, opened 30.8 miles of stream, enhanced 5 miles of stream habitat, preserved genetic diversity, and enhanced recreational fishing. These projects brought in $1.28M in partner funds, and provided an estimated 19.4M in socioeconomic benefits.

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2019 Projects

2019 Projects

This folder contains information on the three habitat projects funded in FY19. Collectively these projects will remove 2 fish passage barriers to reconnect 29.8 miles of habitat and enhance 3 miles of in-stream habitat for wild Brook Trout. These projects were funded by the EBTJV and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for $108,550. An additional $1,085,487 in partner contributions are expected. The estimated socioeconomic value of these projects is $17.8 million.

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2018 Projects

2018 Projects

This folder contains information on the five habitat projects funded in FY18. Collectively these projects will remove 2 fish passage barriers to reconnect 9.5 miles of habitat and enhance 21.7 miles of in-stream habitat for wild Brook Trout. These projects were funded by the EBTJV and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for $214,131. An additional $768,119 in partner contributions are expected. The estimated socioeconomic value of these projects is $16.9 million.

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2017 Projects

2017 Projects

This folder contains information on the three habitat projects funded in FY17. Collectively these projects will remove 3 fish passage barriers to reconnect 92.5 miles of habitat and restore 3.44 miles of in-stream habitat for wild Brook Trout by removing Rainbow Trout, an invasive species. These projects were funded by the EBTJV and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for $112,642. An additional $589,470 in partner contributions are expected. The estimated socioeconomic value of these projects is $52.7 million.

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2016 Projects

2016 Projects

This folder contains information on the three habitat projects funded in FY16. Collectively these projects will remove 6 fish passage barriers to reconnect 5.25 miles of habitat and restore 0.68 miles of in-stream habitat for native brook trout. These projects were funded by the EBTJV and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for $86,903. An additional $435,400 in partner contributions are expected. The estimated socioeconomic value of these projects is $3.3 million.

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2015 Projects

2015 Projects

This folder contains information on the two habitat projects funded in FY15. Collectively these projects will remove 2 fish passage barriers to reconnect 2.7 miles of habitat and restore 7 miles of in-stream habitat for native brook trout. These projects were funded by the EBTJV and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for $107,560. An additional $1,088,500 in partner contributions are expected. The estimated socioeconomic value of these projects is $5.9 million.

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2014 Projects

2014 Projects

This folder contains information on the two habitat projects funded in FY14. Collectively these two projects will remove four fish passage barriers to reconnect 6.4 miles of habitat and restore 6 miles of habitat for native brook trout. These projects were funded by the EBTJV and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for $90,500. An additional $260,700 in partner contributions are expected. The estimated socioeconomic value of these projects is $6.74 million.

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2013 Projects

2013 Projects

This folder contains information and photos for 9 projects funded in 2013. Over $363,000 in funding for these projects came from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with an estimated partner contribution of $1,367,000. Collectively these projects will enhance 19 miles of stream habitat, remove 17 fish passage barriers to restore access to 53 miles of stream and result in an estimated $39 million in socioeconomic benefits.

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2012 Projects

2012 Projects

This folder contains information and photos for 8 projects funded in 2012. Over $336,000 in funding for these projects came from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with an estimated partner contribution of $1,950,000. Collectively these projects will enhance 9 miles of stream habitat, 157 acres of lentic habitat, remove 8 fish passage barriers to restore access to 32 miles of stream and result in an estimated $24 million in socioeconomic benefits.

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2011 Projects

2011 Projects

This folder contains information and photos for 8 projects funded in 2011. Over $347,000 in funding for these projects came from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with an estimated partner contribution of $1,448,000. Collectively these projects will enhance 16 miles of stream habitat, remove 14 fish passage barriers to restore access to 29 miles of stream, and result in an estimated $24 million in socioeconomic benefits.

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2010 Projects

2010 Projects

This folder contains information and photos for 11 projects funded in 2010. Over $437,000 in funding for these projects came from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with an estimated partner contribution of $2,800,000. Collectively these projects will enhance over 12 miles of stream habitat, restore 6 acres of riparian habitat, remove 21 fish passage barriers to restore access to over 39 miles of stream, and result in an estimated $28 million in socioeconomic benefits.

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2009 Projects

2009 Projects

This folder contains information and photos for 13 projects funded in 2009. Over $381,000 in funding for these projects came from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with an estimated partner contribution of $1,260,000. Collectively these projects will enhance over 44 miles of stream habitat, remove 11 fish passage barriers to restore access to over 18 miles of stream, and result in an estimated $33 million in socioeconomic benefits.

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2008 Projects

2008 Projects

This folder contains information and photos for 13 projects funded in 2008. Over $484,000 in funding for these projects came from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with an estimated partner contribution of $4,070,000. Collectively these projects will enhance over 55 miles of stream habitat, restore 14 miles and 171 acres of riparian habitat, remove 5 fish passage barriers to restore access to 33 miles of stream, and result in an estimated $57 million in socioeconomic benefits

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2007 Projects

2007 Projects

This folder contains information and photos for 8 projects funded in 2007. Over $380,000 in funding for these projects came from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with an estimated partner contribution of $1,255,000. Collectively these projects will enhance over 34 miles of stream habitat, restore 14 acres of riparian habitat, remove 1 fish passage barrier to restore access to 1 mile of stream, and result in an estimated $19 million in socioeconomic benefits.

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2006 Projects

2006 Projects

This folder contains information and photos for 6 projects funded in 2006. Over $161,000 in funding for these projects came from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with an estimated partner contribution of $347,000. Collectively these projects will enhance over 11 miles of stream habitat, restore 120 acres of riparian habitat, remove 1 fish passage barrier, and result in an estimated $7 million in socioeconomic benefits.

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Project Completion Reports

This folder contains project completion reports that were submitted by the principal investigator(s) for those Brook Trout conservation projects that received EBTJV/FWS-NFHAP funding support.

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EBTJV Brook Trout Conservation Project Partners

A listing of partners who have supported Brook Trout conservation projects that received FWS-NFHAP funding. The EBTJV is thankful to all the organizations who have contributed to Brook Trout conservation projects over the years; together we are making a difference!

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Organizations

EBTJV Organizations, Partners.

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infographic 2020

infographic 2020

accomplishments of EBTJV projects through 2020

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