US Fish and Wildlife Service Projects
The RC&D has developed cooperative agreements with the US Fish and Wildlife Service for the a wide variety of conservation related partnership projects including stream modeling, stream habitat restoration, conservation planning, and environmental education services. Projects completed to date include the development of a stream bank erosion prediction tool, a “Connecting People with Nature Workshop”, designing Parents in nature programs, design of environmental education outreach tools, assess and restore fish and waterfowl habitats, development of design plans for bio-retention demonstration project, implementing fish passage projects, stream assessment and restoration projects, habitat conservation planning and monitoring, and aging fish populations, The status of these projects is ongoing.
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For additional information concerning any of the projects listed above, please feel free to contact Mark Goldbach, Projects and Grants Manager at 301-733-2973 extension 6.
Western Maryland Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc.
All programs and services of the Western Maryland RC&D Council are offered on a non-discriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital or family status, disability, or political beliefs.