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GLIN==> USFWS Midwest Fish Passage Program Funding Opportunity

Proposals for projects through the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service's Midwest Region Fish Passage Program are due on or before November 3, 2008. The Fish Passage Program is a voluntary, non-regulatory program which provides Federal funding to remove barriers to fish and other aquatic organisms. We work with states, tribes, local municipalities, non-governmental organizations, watershed groups and many others to reconnect aquatic habitats through this program. The following states are in the Service’s Midwest Region – Wisconsin, Ohio, Missouri, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa.

Please contact the appropriate National Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office (see attached list and map) if you would like more information about pursuing a project. If you have general questions about the program, please contact Tim Patronski, Midwest Fish Passage Program Coordinator, at 612-713-5168 or tim_patronski@fws.gov.



Attachment: Midwest Fish Passage Program Contacts and Areas of Responsibility 6-30-08.pdf
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