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Working Together for Better Fisheries

As opposed to Big Government’s National Ocean Policy, the National Fish Habitat Partnership provides a good example of how to protect, restore, and/or enhance our fisheries. It promotes locally driven efforts to build private and public partnerships to improve fish habitat.

Learn more here.

Also, check out the partnership’s “Waters to Watch” list for 2012. It’s a collection of rivers, streams, estuaries, watershed systems, shores, and lakes that will benefit from cooperative efforts.

“These waters represent a snapshot of this year’s larger voluntary habitat conservation efforts in progress.  These and other locally driven conservation projects are prioritized and implemented by regional Fish Habitat Partnerships that have formed throughout the country.” 

And if you want your club or organization to get involved go here

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