(Washington, DC) –Today, the National Fish Habitat Partnership released its second video in a series highlighting the work of their 19 Partnerships across the country. The second video in the series spotlights restoration efforts on Grape Creek, a tributary of the Russian River in Sonoma County, CA through the California Fish Passage Forum. Grape Creek was named a National Fish Habitat Partnership “Water to Watch” in 2013 because of the importance of its natural habitat and fish species, which include steelhead trout and coho salmon.
Several of our National Fish Habitat Partnerships are seeking proposals for 2015 fish habitat conservation projects, please utilize the below links (by FHP) to find out more details. Additions to this post will be made as more Fish Habitat Partnerships announce their 2015 Funding Opportunities.