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Federal Programs for Watershed Restoration by John Hudson

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Federal Programs for Watershed Restoration by John Hudson

  1. 1. Federal Programs for Watershed Restoration M. Penn John Hudson Habitat Restoration Biologist U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Juneau Fish and Wildlife Field Office
  2. 2. USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Mission: provide planning and technical assistance to address natural resource concerns on private land • Conservation Technical Assistance (CTA) – Technical assistance provided to landowners and land users upon request • Cost-share programs – Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) – Wildlife Habitat Incentives Programs (WHIP) Contact: Samia Savell District Conservationist (907) 586-7220 samia.savell@ak.usda.gov
  3. 3. National Marine Fisheries Service Alaska Habitat Restoration Center Mission: restore coastal, marine and anadromous fish habitats that support the nation's fisheries and other trust resources • marine debris clean-up (Tongass Narrows) • stream bank rehabilitation • fish passage restoration (Klawock Causeway) • fish habitat restoration (Sal Creek) Contact: Erika Ammann Restoration Ecologist (907) 271-5118 Erika.Ammann@noaa.gov
  4. 4. Juneau Fish and Wildlife Field Office Restoration and Conservation Programs Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program National Fish Passage Program Coastal Conservation Program
  5. 5. Juneau Fish and Wildlife Field Office Restoration and Conservation Programs Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program Mission:To conserve, enhance, and restore fish, wildlife, plants and their habitat by providing technical and financial support to private and non- federal partners. Partners: •Private landowners •Local and tribal governments •Non-profits
  6. 6. Recent Projects Fish Passage Improvement (Skagway) Riparian Enhancement (Juneau, Skagway) Native Plant Resource Facility (Juneau) Invasive Plant Management (Juneau)
  7. 7. Juneau Fish and Wildlife Field Office Restoration and Conservation Programs Fish Passage Program Mission:To restore native fish and other aquatic species by reconnecting habitat that has been fragmented by artificial barriers. Partners •Federal, state, local and tribal governments •Non-profits
  8. 8. Recent Projects After Before Harris River Subdivision (Hollis) After Before Tincum Creek (Kasaan)
  9. 9. Juneau Fish and Wildlife Field Office Restoration and Conservation Programs Coastal Conservation Program Mission: Protect, restore, and promote public stewardship of coastal ecosystems through the development of innovative conservation partnerships. Partners •Federal, state, local and tribal governments •Non-profits
  10. 10. Recent Projects • Habitat Protection throughout SE Alaska • Providing Public Access to Geographic Information • Watershed Council Capacity Building and Internships • In-lieu Fee Habitat Restoration Program Development • Restoration Project Assessments in Juneau Duck Creek
  11. 11. COLLABORATION
  12. 12. Other Funding Sources Alaska Sustainable Salmon Fund (ADFG) Alaska Clean Water Action (ADEC) POW Resource Advisory Council (USFS)
  13. 13. Working with Federal Funding Programs 1. Obtain non-profit status or partner with a non-profit/tribe/municipality 2. Register in CCR (Central Contractor Registration) & obtain a DUNS number 3. Enroll in ASAP (Automated Standard Application for Payment) 4. Work with program staff to develop a proposal or statement of work 5. Complete Cooperative Agreement forms 6. Begin project upon receipt of Notice of Award Letter 7. Withdraw funds through ASAP 8. Submit interim and final financial and performance reports 9. Achieve project milestones on schedule 10. Submit final report

Editor's Notes

  • Work history on POW
  • Juneau Cooperative Weed Management Area Technical assistance to landowners Hoop-houses Forest thinning on private and corporate lands (works with individual landowners to design and implement thinning projects) Use of EQIP and WHIP to implement fish passage, wetland enhancement, riparian improvement, and second growth management projects
  • Summary Our progams are diverse, ect., etc. Can do just about anything, with any entity, on most Landscapes.

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