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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service South Florida Coastal Program Funding
Funding for projects that restore or enhance degraded coastal wetlands, uplands, estuaries, and riparian corridors, and promote public awareness of south Florida’s ecological issues.
To develop cooperative agreements that provide funding for technically sound and cost effective projects that restore or enhance degraded coastal wetlands, uplands, estuaries, and riparian corridors; including the removal of exotic vegetation from coastal areas; and promoting public awareness of south Florida’s ecological issues; and
- To form partnerships in south Florida in joint effort to conserve, restore, and enhance coastal resources and habitat.
- To implement the Service’s Strategic Habitat Conservation (SHC) framework focused on population objectives and take the next steps in our conservation work across a suite of challenging issues including the most compelling one of our time -- accelerating climate change.
Submission deadline: April 9, 2012.