National Fish Habitat Action Plan Priority Objectives Survey

The National Fish Habitat Action Plan (the Action Plan), developed in 2006, brings federal, state, tribal, non-profit and local partners together in a national partnership to improve fish habitats across the United States in a collaborative, science-based, and non-regulatory manner. The national partnership has also recognized seventeen regionally-based Fish Habitat Partnerships (FHPs) that are implementing fish habitat conservation and protection projects in communities around the country.

As we get ready for the next five years of work, the National Fish Habitat Board is updating and revising the Action Plan to reflect past progress and current needs of fish habitats and partner organizations. An initial scoping meeting of conservation professionals has been conducted to outline possible primary objectives for the Action Plan, and we invite you to participate by providing input to help determine priorities. This is your opportunity to help direct fish habitat conservation activities across the nation for the next five years. Please take a minute to answer our three question survey.

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National Fish Habitat Action Plan
444 North Capitol Street NW, Suite 725,
Washington, DC 20001, Phone - 301.713.4300 x 171