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  • Habitat Restoration Funded by Chevron Settlement

    Habitat Restoration Funded by Chevron Settlement

    The projects to replace road culverts and install fishways are outlined

  • Input on Jefferson County Estuary Restoration Project

    Input on Jefferson County Estuary Restoration Project

    The public is invited to review and comment on a draft supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for a proposed 38-acre restoration project on the Duckabush River estuary in Jefferson County. Comments can be provided online or by mail from Jan. 21 to Feb. 20, 2020.

  • 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.

  • $200 Million Appropriation for Everglades Restoration

    $200 Million Appropriation for Everglades Restoration

    Keep Florida Fishing®’s (KFF) Kellie Ralston, who serves as Southeast Fisheries Policy Director for the American Sportfishing Association, provided the following statement related to U.S. House of Representatives and Senate appropriators allotting $200 million to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for Everglades restoration as part of their year-end spending deal.

  • $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

  • $10.1 Million for Fisheries Habitat Restoration

    $10.1 Million for Fisheries Habitat Restoration

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) today announced the selection of 31 projects that will receive funding for the restoration, enhancement and protection of anadromous salmonid habitat in California watersheds, as well as forest legacy restoration.

  • Highlights Upper Klamath River Restoration

    Highlights Upper Klamath River Restoration

    One of the most promising conservation campaigns of this era is making steady progress in a river system that, historically, has been the third most productive for salmon and steelhead on the West Coast.

  • DFG Seeks Proposals for Salmon Habitat Restoration/Protection

    DFG Seeks Proposals for Salmon Habitat Restoration/Protection

    The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G), Division of Sport Fish is currently accepting proposals for the 2020 Mat-Su Valley Habitat Restoration & Protection Cost-Share Program. The submission deadline is 5:00 p.m. Monday, September 30, 2019.

  • Restoration Campaign at Klamath River

    Restoration Campaign at Klamath River

    Over the past year, Trout Unlimited's long involvement in the campaign to restore the Klamath River and its salmon and steelhead runs paid dividends as this three-pronged effort passed several major milestones.

  • Franks Tract Restoration Plan

    Franks Tract Restoration Plan

    Initial plan blocked False and Sacramento rivers for Bethel Island and Franks Tract

  • Support in Congress for Everglades Restoration as Boating/Angling Community Rallies

    Support in Congress for Everglades Restoration as Boating/Angling Community Rallies

    With federal appropriations season fully underway, nearly a dozen boating and fishing organizations recently wrote to Senate appropriators and encouraged lawmakers to continue the long-time support for the protection and restoration of America’s Everglades by providing robust funding for the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP). Everglades restoration is a top NMMA advocacy priority and the association played a leading role in drafting the letter.

  • Kirman Lake’s Trophy Trout Fishery Restoration VIDEO

    Kirman Lake’s Trophy Trout Fishery Restoration VIDEO

    It’s a question that has been asked by more than a few eastern Sierra trout anglers: What happened to the fishing at Kirman Lake?

  • 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.

  • Glaveston Gulf Oil Spill Restoration Meet

    Glaveston Gulf Oil Spill Restoration Meet

    The Texas Trustee Implementation Groupwill hold the 2018 annual public meetingon October 15, 2018 at Texas A&M University in Galveston, Texas. There we'll provide an update on the work we have accomplished since the historic settlement with BP. We'll also highlight a few of our ongoing restoration projects and talk about our plans for future efforts.

  • DFW to Use Drone in River Restoration Project

    DFW to Use Drone in River Restoration Project

    Scientists with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will fly a drone over a section of the Elochoman River in Wahkiakum County during the week of Sept. 24 to collect information to support river restoration work.

  • 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

  • CDFW Awards $1.3 Million for Cannibis Cultivation Restoration in Watersheds

    CDFW Awards $1.3 Million for Cannibis Cultivation Restoration in Watersheds

    Damage from a trespass grow.Photo: Scott Bauer/CDFW for habitat restoration projects within California’s Northern Coastal watersheds most impacted by unregulated cannabis cultivation.

  • QUWF adds Plano Synergy to National Sponsorship of Wildlife Habitat Restoration

    QUWF adds Plano Synergy to National Sponsorship of Wildlife Habitat Restoration

    "Plano Synergy Joins QUWF as National Sponsor for Wildlife Habitat Restoration" Buffalo, MO: "The battle to maintain our natural wildlife habitat is real, the effort has to be measured in results on the ground. Results in wildlife populations that are on in the woods, fields and streams must be measurable and it must truly make a difference at the local level" clarifies Craig Alderman of the Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation, Inc. (QUWF). "Finding good partners who understand the true challenge, want to see the results by putting their boots on it, are the leaders we seek to partner with over the long haul of wildlife conservation. Corporate investment in conservation must have results, be shown they are "investing" in the future of the industry by making a difference on the ground, locally, where it matters. Plano Synergy is that kind of company" Alderman states. "Their partnership, as a national QUWF sponsor, brings products to our local events directly linked to the passion and lifestyle of all outdoorsman, thereby making efforts of true wildlife habitat support a reality in dollars invested" Craig states.

  • Ballona Wetlands Restoration Project Draft EIR Released

    Ballona Wetlands Restoration Project Draft EIR Released

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife released the Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the Ballona Wetlands Restoration Project. CDFW is the lead agency for the DEIR.

  • Feather River Salmon Spawning Restoration Project Video

    Feather River Salmon Spawning Restoration Project Video

    Last winter’s high river flows washed much of the gravel in the area downstream. Adult salmon need clean spawning gravel to dig their nests, called “redds,” where they lay their eggs.