Aquatic species and watershed protection and management projects

The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Serviceâ¿¿s (Service) Kentucky Field Office funds aquatic species and watershed protection and management projects that are intended to benefit federally listed and at-risk aquatic species.

This funding may be provided through either of the CFDA programs

listed above, or through reimbursable funding that has been provided to the Kentucky Field Office from other federal agencies or other sources.

Priority projects would include projects that conserve and manage listed and at-risk aquatic species and priority watersheds, especially watersheds that are known to contain or may contain habitat for listed and at-risk aquatic species.
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Department of the Interior

Agency: Fish and Wildlife Service


Estimated Funding: $574,300

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