How We Can Help
Conservation and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems
Learn the ways in with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fisheries Program can help you with your fish passage and habitat projects.
Technical Support Services
Fish Passage Engineering Team’s role is to provide technical assistance in aquatic organism passage technologies to the Northeast Regional Office, Field Offices, other USFWS Regions, the Washington Office fish passage program staff, other Federal Agencies, and our State partners.
Conferences & Workshops
Find out more about our Fish Passage Engineering Conferences & Workshops
University of Massachusetts Graduate Degree Program
In 2010, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region Fisheries Program and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst jointly unveiled a new Fish Passage Engineering and Ecohydrology (FPE&EH) graduate degree option at UMass’ Amherst campus. Administered through UMass’ Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, the program prepares civil engineering students for a career in fish passage technologies and related interdisciplinary topics at the notional interface of hydrology and ecology which support, enhance, and protect fisheries resources and their habitats. The core curriculum of this engineering degree concentration includes two new graduate-level courses in Fish Passage Engineering. Through a cooperative agreement with the university, these courses are taught by members of the Fish Passage Engineering Team and augmented with guest lectures by regional and national experts in the field.
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts - Amherst http://cee.umass.edu/
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