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International Year of the Salmon
In 2019, the International Year of the Salmon will bring together people from different countries and varied disciplines under the common theme Salmon and people in a changing world to celebrate salmon restoration and recovery efforts.
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Down East salmon restoration efforts celebrated
The building that houses the Downeast Salmon Federation is wearing a disguise, Dwayne Shaw says with a grin, gesturing around the sparkling building that contains the Peter Gray Hatchery, a museum, a laboratory and office space.
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NOAA Funding Opportunity: FY 2018 Species Recovery Grants to Tribes
The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) recognizes the unique importance of many protected species to tribes and values ongoing efforts by tribal nations to conserve and protect species under NMFS' jurisdiction. NMFS is authorized to provide Federal assistance to tribes to support conservation programs for marine and anadromous species under its jurisdiction. This assistance, provided in the form of grants, can be used to support conservation of endangered, threatened, and candidate or proposed species, as well as post-delisting monitoring of recovered species.
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Endangered and Threatened Marine Species Recovery Grant Awarded to Penobscot Indian Nation
NOAA has awarded the Penobscot Indian Nation with continued funding for their Atlantic salmon management and outreach projects.
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Stream Crossing Project Announcement
Federal agencies in Maine have collaborated on a programmatic Endangered Species Act section 7 consultation that will facilitate recovery of the endangered Atlantic salmon and promote healthy stream ecosystems. Poorly designed stream crossings have long been recognized as a problem for Atlantic salmon and other native aquatic organisms in Maine. While progress has certainly been made to address this issue on a variety of fronts, including outreach and education, more work remains to be done.
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File Alewife Day 2019
Family Fun with FISH!
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Pleasant River Paddle
Flat water paddling event
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First Annual UMaine Freshwater Science Symposium
The First Annual UMaine Freshwater Science Symposium will showcase freshwater research being conducted by UMaine faculty, staff and students within Maine and beyond. This half-day symposium will feature two poster sessions and two oral presentations by guest speakers. Dr. Bill McDowell from the University of New Hampshire will be the plenary speaker for this kick-­‐off event. Dr. McDowell is the Director of the New Hampshire Water Resources Research Center, and has conducted research on carbon, nitrogen, natural disturbance, and human disturbance in remote and urban landscapes in temperate as well as tropical ecosystems. Dr. Dave Courtemanch, Freshwater Science and Policy Analyst for the Maine Chapter of The Nature Conservancy.
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First genetically engineered salmon sold in Canada
US firm AquaBounty Technologies says that its farmed, transgenic salmon has hit the market after a 25-year wait.
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Veazie Dam Removal will help four sea-run fish to reach historic spawning and nursery areas on Penobscot River system.
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