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Despite dire predictions, listing salmon as endangered hasn't hurt the blueberry or forest-products industries.
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The regional land trust wants the dam gone while the community decides the upper dam’s fate.
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About a decade after state's salmon-farming industry tanked, the aquaculture industry is continuing to rebound and has become more diverse than it was when it consisted solely of Atlantic Salmon.
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For the first time in 200 years, the Penobscot River in northeastern Maine is running free.
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Includes televised news reports, newspaper articles and editorials that appear in the media that are relevant to Atlantic Salmon and sea-run fish restoration in Maine.
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Low returns and budgetary restriction lead to decision
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Middle Rockies Rapid Ecoregional Assessment (REA) Final Results Webinar
Last year the BLM initiated “Rapid Ecoregional Assessments (REAs)” to improve the understanding of the existing condition of these landscapes, and how conditions may be altered by ongoing environmental changes and land use demands.
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File Native Fish Coalition- Maine Chapter
HELP PROTECT MAINE'S STATE HERITAGE FISH BY VOLUNTEERING FOR, SPONSORING, OR DONATING TO THE JOINT NATIVE FISH COALITION, SPORTSMAN'S ALLIANCE OF MAINE AND MAINE DEPARTMENT OF INLAND FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE STATE HERITAGE FISH INFORMATIONAL SIGN INITIATIVE.
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Poorly designed culverts are blocking the natural movement of brook trout and other aquatic wildlife on thousands of streams across Maine. Restoring free access to habitat is essential to protecting populations of wild brook trout. Maine has more than 80% of the remaining U.S. native stocks of brook trout, so local efforts are significant nationally. A project just completed by Downeast Lakes Land Trust and partners, with support from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, has potential to be a model for cost-effective restoration of aquatic habitat.
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New resource helps communities harness climate data for planning
The Open Space Institute's "Conserving Nature in a Changing Climate" guide puts climate science in the hands of small groups who can have a big conservation impact. Read about a pioneering conservation partnership that is already using climate science to inform long-term planning in Massachusetts.
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