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  • Dow Chemical settlement funds restoration projects for River area

    Dow Chemical settlement funds restoration projects for River area

    Behind a fence topped with barbed wire, a sign warns Saginaw residents not to trespass on the site of a former General Motors foundry. In the near future, they will instead be encouraged to pass onto the land.

  • $226 Million in Projects Approved in Second Open Ocean Restoration Plan

    $226 Million in Projects Approved in Second Open Ocean Restoration Plan

    The Deepwater Horizon Open Ocean Trustee Implementation Group released the Final Open Ocean Restoration Plan 2

  • The grassroots projects will improve water quality and aquatic habitat

    The grassroots projects will improve water quality and aquatic habitat

    FishAmerica Foundation Awards Four Habitat Improvement Grants

  • Volunteers needed for fish projects in Oregon

    Volunteers needed for fish projects in Oregon

    ODFW is looking for volunteers to help with fish projects in the south coast area. The data collected helps biologists manage salmon and is also a high priority in the Rogue Fall Chinook SMU Conservation Plan.

  • Fisheries Habitat Restoration and Forest Legacy Projects Awarded $13 Million Plus

    Fisheries Habitat Restoration and Forest Legacy Projects Awarded $13 Million Plus

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) today announced the selection of 41 projects that will receive funding for the restoration, enhancement and protection of anadromous salmonid habitat in California watersheds, as well as forest legacy restoration.

  • S.C. Conservation Projects and CCA Supported by Shimano

    S.C. Conservation Projects and CCA Supported by Shimano

    Sinking commercial vessels such as the Miss Candance pictured here - is part of the efforts to create better near shore fishing opportunities for South Carolina anglers. Coastal Conservation Association South Carolina will allocated part of the Shimano funding to future projects up and down the South Carolina coast.

  • Wildlife Conservation Board Funds Environmental Improvement and Acquisition Projects CDFW

    Wildlife Conservation Board Funds Environmental Improvement and Acquisition Projects CDFW

    At its Nov. 30 quarterly meeting, the Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) approved approximately $2.6 million in grants to help restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat throughout California. Some of the 12 approved projects will benefit fish and wildlife—including some endangered species—while others will provide public access to important natural resources. Several projects will also demonstrate the importance of protecting working landscapes that integrate economic, social and environmental stewardship practices beneficial to the environment, landowners and the local community. The state funds for all these projects come from bond measures approved by voters to help preserve and protect California’s natural resources. Funded projects include:

  • Millions For Chesapeake Bay Restoration Projects

    Millions For Chesapeake Bay Restoration Projects

    Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund Focuses on Water Quality; Local Governments and Nonprofits Encouraged to Submit Letters by Jan. 19

  • Interactive map of stream restoration and fish passage projects

    Interactive map of stream restoration and fish passage projects

    A team of state agencies have worked together to develop an interactive map of stream restoration and fish passage projects in Wyoming.

  • California Streamflow Projects Funding Granted

    California Streamflow Projects Funding Granted

    The Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) approved approximately $20 million of Proposition 1 Funds in grants through the Streamflow Enhancement Program. The program awards grant funding on a competitive basis to projects that represent the mission of the WCB and address the three goals of the California Water Action Plan: reliability, restoration and resilience.

  • CDFW Awards $40 Million for Ecosystem and Watershed Restoration and Protection Projects

    CDFW Awards $40 Million for Ecosystem and Watershed Restoration and Protection Projects

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) today announced that it is awarding $40 million in Proposition 1 funds for water quality, river and watershed protection, and restoration projects for vital waterways throughout California.

  • Major Water Projects Bill Approved by Congress | American Sportfishing Association

    Major Water Projects Bill Approved by Congress | American Sportfishing Association

    Over the weekend, the U.S. Senate passed a comprehensive maritime infrastructure bill that drew a mixed reaction from the recreational fishing industry. By a 78-21 vote, the Senate passed the “Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act (WIIN),” which had been approved by the U.S. House of Representatives earlier last week.