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Pacific Lamprey Conservation Agreement

Conservation Agreement

The Conservation Agreement (Agreement) is a voluntary commitment by the interested parties to collaborate on efforts that reduce or eliminate threats to Pacific Lamprey to the greatest extent possible. The goal of this Agreement is to achieve long term persistence and support traditional tribal cultural use of Pacific Lamprey throughout their range. This Agreement provides a mechanism for interested parties to collaborate and pool available resources to expeditiously and effectively implement conservation actions.

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fish screen Conservation Agreement for Pacific Lamprey in the States of Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and California

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