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The river restoration project will allow fish access to spawn deep in the heart of Maine.
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On Monday, crews began demolishing the Penobscot River’s Veazie Dam. It marked an important moment for sea-run fish, efforts to restore a complex habitat and unlikely partnerships. The day was notable not only for the state but also for the nation: The dam breaching is part of one of the largest river restoration projects in the country’s history.
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File text/texmacs ACFHP Announces FY2021 Funding Available for Habitat Conservation Projects
Atlantic Coastal Fish Habitat Partnership National Fish Habitat Action Plan habitat restoration and conservation Funding
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File ECMAScript program Atlantic Salmon Recovery Proposal Guidelines
(Note: This is not a funding proposal). This is an interim template for proposing Atlantic salmon related projects within the Gulf of Maine DPS. Proposals may be required if a project proponent is requesting Atlantic salmon to conduct a study, or requesting agency support or resources. The GOM DPS is divided into 3 Salmon Habitat Recovery Units (SHRUs). Each SHRU is managed by a team under the Atlantic salmon program's Collaborative Management Strategy (CMS). Project proponents should first discuss their project with the appropriate SHRU Team or, if a project is not specific to a SHRU, the project proponent should first contact that CMS's administrative coordinator. For information on project proposals contact: Dan Kircheis at (CMS administrative Coordinator)
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File Atlantic Salmon Refugia Identification
USGS/NOAA Partnership
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Hundreds of onlookers stood on the banks of the Penobscot River on Monday morning, watching as demolition crews breached the Veazie Dam, continuing the process of opening the river to sea-run fish for the first time in almost 200 years.
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The restoration of the Penobscot River in Maine has taken a monumental step forward with the breaching of the Veazie Dam, which will open up the river from Indian Island at Old Town to the Atlantic Ocean for the first time in more than 150 years.
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File RealAudio document Collaborative Management Strategy for the GoM DPS Atlantic Salmon Recovery Program
Pilot: 2019-2020
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Construction workers begin Veazie Dam removal.
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Under a bright sky here, a convoy of heavy equipment rolled onto the bed of the Penobscot River on Monday to smash the Great Works Dam, a barrier that has blocked the river for nearly two centuries.
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