Hawaiʻi Fish Habitat Partnership Strategic Plan.pdf

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Hawaiʻi Fish Habitat Partnership Strategic Plan.pdf

The Hawaii Fish Habitat Partnership is composed of a diverse group of stakeholders who seek to develop and implement a technically sound aquatic habitat restoration program. The focus of the partnership is to protect, restore and maintain stream, estuary and coastal marine habitats to benefit native aquatic life and fishery resources in the State of Hawaii.

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