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									 USFWS Nationally Competitive
      Grant Programs
    Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grants
North American Wetlands Conservation Grants
             State Wildlife Grants
            Tribal Wildlife Grants

         Private Stewardship Grants
    Landowner Incentive Program Grants
     Tribal Landowner Incentive Grants
 http://alaska.fws.gov/grants/index.htm
 USFWS Direct Conservation
   Assistance Programs In
       Coastal Alaska
  Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program
         Fish Passage Program
             Coastal Program
    National Fish Habitat Action Plan


http://alaska.fws.gov/grants/index.htm
             USFWS Contacts
  Regional Coordinator:
     John DeLapp – john_delapp@fws, 786-3925

  Anchorage Field Office
     Mary Price – mary_price@fws.gov, 271-2788
     Bill Rice – william_rice@fws.gov, 271-1799

  Fairbanks Field Office
     Elaine Mayer – elaine_mayer@fws.gov, 456-0209

  Juneau Field Office
     Neil Stichert – neil_stichert@fws.gov, 780-1180

  Kenai Field Office
     Mike Edwards – mike_edwards@fws.gov, 260-0125

http://alaska.fws.gov/grants/index.htm
FWS Funding Program                                      Alaska FWS Contact
Aquatic Resource Education                               Alan Havens Federal Assistance 786-3698
Boating Infrastructure                                   Alan Havens Federal Assistance 786-3698
Challenge Cost Share                                     Maeve Taylor Refuges 786-3391
Clean Vessel                                             Alan Havens Federal Assistance 786-3698
Coastal Conservation                                     John DeLapp Habitat Restoration 786-3925
Coastal Wetlands Conservation                            John DeLapp Habitat Restoration 786-3925
Endangered Species Conservation (Section 6 of ESA)       Sonja Jahrsdoerfer Ecological Services 786-3323
Fish Passage                                             John DeLapp Habitat Restoration 786-3925
Fisheries Resource Monitoring                            Kathleen Orzechowski Off. of Subsistence Mgmt 786-3645
Habitat Conservation Planning Assistance                 John DeLapp Habitat Restoration 786-3925
Habitat Conservation Plan Land Acquisition               John DeLapp Habitat Restoration 786-3925
Hunter Education                                         Cliff Schleusner Federal Assistance 786-3631
Landowner Incentive Program                              Cliff Schleusner Federal Assistance 786-3631
Multi-State Conservation Grants                          Tim Hess Federal Assistance 786-3322
National Fire Plan Rural Assistance                      Gene Long Fire Management 786-3479
Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation                  Steve Matsuoka Migratory Bird Management 786-3672
North American Wetlands Conservation                     John DeLapp Habitat Restoration 786-3925
Partners for Fish and Wildlife                           John DeLapp Habitat Restoration 786-3925
Partners for Fisheries Monitoring                        Beth Spangler Office of Subsistence Mgmt 786-3325
Recovery Land Acquisition                                Sonja Jahrsdoerfer Ecological Services 786-3323
Sea Duck Joint Venture                                   Tim Bowman Migratory Birds Management 786-3569
Sport Fish Restoration (Federal Aid)                     Alan Havens Federal Assistance 786-3698
State Wildlife Grants                                    Judy Jacobs Federal Assistance 786-3472
Tribal Wildlife Grants for Federally-Recognized Tribes   Sue Detwiler Tribal Liason 786-3868
Wildlife Restoration (Federal Aid)                       Cliff Schleusner Federal Assistance 786-3631

http://alaska.fws.gov/grants/index.htm
                   Alaska Region Conservation Partnerships
                               Funding History

          $1,400,000
          $1,200,000
          $1,000,000
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                                      Fiscal Year
                       Partners   Coastal    Fish Passage   NFHAP
Partners for Fish and Wildlife
Towncenter Channel Restoration
  Before               After
Lake Miam ATV Restoration
   Before           After
Big Eddy Riparian Restoration
  Before               After
Fish Passage Program
Fish Passage Assessment




            1999-2007 Culvert Surveys
            • 290+ culverts inventoried
            • 20+ crossings replaced
              between 2003 - 2007
Big Lake
 Outlet
Swiftwater Creek




         .
Silver Salmon Creek
Silver Salmon Creek
Ship Creek
Ship Creek
Little Meadow Creek
                            Little Meadow Creek




                            Good Flood Width


                                                 Meadow Creek
                                                 Width ratio = 1.5
       Flow Isolated from
       Culvert Walls                             Slope = 0.9%
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Rockband keeps
                                                           Consolidation
channel form
Little Meadow Creek
                 Coastal Program
            Stewardship of Fish and Wildlife Through
                    Voluntary Conservation
•Identify  the most important natural resource problems and
solutions in high-priority coastal watersheds;
•Influence the planning and decision-making processes of
other agencies and organizations with the Service's living
resource capabilities;
•Implement solutions on-the-ground in partnership with others;
and
•Instill a stewardship ethic, and catalyze the public to help
solve problems, change behaviors, and promote ecologically
sound decisions.
Protecting Coastal Habitats
Alaska DNR – State Parks
Alaska Department of Fish and Game
The Conservation Fund
The Nature Conservancy
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
The American Land Trust
Kodiak Brown Bear Trust
The Great Land Trust
Kachemak Heritage Land Trust
Southeast Alaska Land Trust
Nushagak-Mulchatna Wood-Tikchik Land Trust
Catalyzing Watershed Conservation

Anchorage Waterways Council
Copper River Watershed Project
Friends of Mat-Su
Kenai Watershed Forum
Mendenhall Watershed Partnership
Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliance
Taiya Inlet Watershed Council
Takshanuk Watershed Council
   National Fish Habitat Initiative
 Matanuska-SusitnaBasin
 Salmon Conservation Partnership

      Peninsula Salmon Conservation
 Kenai
 Candidate Partnership

 Southwest AlaskaSalmon Habitat Coalition
 Candidate Partnership

 Anchorage’s   Salmon In The City Candidate
 Partnership
Partnerships in the Matanuska-Susitna Basin
Moose Creek Circa 1927
Moose Creek 2004
            Moose Creek Phase I
   Pre-project stream alignment:   Post-project stream alignment:

              May 2004                      July 2005



                          Flow

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¼ mile                                    Waterfall location
Moose Creek Phase I
 Moose Creek Phase II
Moose Creek Phase II

								
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