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Habitat Conservation and Restoration

Dillwater Log Jam Project

A Service collaboration with the Chelan County Natural Resources helped install five engineered log jams on the Entiat River, WA, providing excellent fish habitat for salmon, steelhead, and other native species. (Credit: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation)

The Pacific Region Fish and Aquatic Conservation Program conserves, protects, and restores aquatic habitats that support healthy, sustainable populations of fish and other aquatic life. Species and habitat conservation efforts are concentrated in focal areas and priorities vary across the region based on local partnerships, interests, and species' management needs.

Our staff plays an integral role in guiding and leading these efforts through collaborative partnerships to ensure healthy functioning aquatic ecosystems (e.g., rivers, wetlands, and estuaries) and the native species they support. Our efforts are science-driven and take place at both the local and landscape levels to address pressing conservation challenges such as changing climate and invasive species.

We work in partnership with other federal agencies, states, tribes, non-governmental organizations, and private entities.

 

Last Updated: October 9, 2014
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