Eagle Lake Rainbow Trout Conservation Agreement

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Eagle Lake Rainbow Trout Conservation Agreement

The purpose of the conservation strategy is to restore natural spawning and rearing ofELRT, preserve the uniqueness ofthe subspecies, and restore stream habitat. The Conservation Strategy describes the current conditions and threats, prioritizes and describes the specific conservation actions needed to establish a stable, wild-spawning population, describes success criteria for each action, provides a timeline for accomplishing each conservation action, and identifies the roles and responsibilities ofcollaborating agencies for each action. The

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