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Missouri River Recovery Program Agency Coordination Meeting
Midwest Region, August 3, 2009
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Project Leader Tracy D. Hill and Branch Chief for Missouri Rivers Studies Wyatt Doyle traveled to Omaha, NE on 8 July to attend the quarterly meeting of the Missouri River Recovery Program, Agency Coordination Team (ACT). The meetings are intended to brief the state and Federal agencies on the progress of this program. Under the Missouri River Fish and Wildlife Mitigation Project, a variety of aquatic and terrestrial habitats acquired by the Corps have been restored and developed in the Missouri River and its floodplain to enhance habitats for fish and wildlife. Monitoring priorities for the upcoming fiscal year were discussed and presented to the ACT.  Columbia Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office continues to partner with state and Federal agencies to conserve and increase native fish populations in the Missouri River and to identify and take appropriate actions that will help achieve desired resource goals and outcomes.

Contact Info: Tracy Hill, 573-234-2132 x102, tracy_hill@fws.gov



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