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Proceedings of the first virtual CMS Public Meeting
The proceedings, slides, minutes, and Q&A session from the 5/28/2020 meeting are now available for public viewing and comment
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File Atlantic Salmon 5-Year Review
PROTECTED RESOURCES REGULATIONS AND ACTIONS
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File ECMAScript program 4/27/2020 OCC Meeting Minutes
Proceedings
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Contact Us
For questions, comments, and suggestions regarding Sea Run Fish Restoration in Maine and the Atlantic salmon Collaborative Management Strategy, please contact the following members:
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Maine Stream Habitat Viewer
Maine Stream Habitat Viewer has migrated to a new website
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The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) wishes wild Atlantic salmon and those that treasure the “King of Fish” a safe and sustainable New Year. ASF has seen some success in 2013 as a charitable organization devoted to conserving wild Atlantic salmon and their environment.
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World Fish Migration Day
Welcome to Maine's resource page for World Fish Migration Day!
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Endangered species video
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USFWS Programmatic Stream Crossing Consultation
USFWS, FEMA, and USACE in Maine have collaborated on a programmatic Endangered Species Act section 7 consultation that will facilitate recovery of the endangered Atlantic salmon and promote healthy stream ecosystems. Poorly designed stream crossings have long been recognized as a problem for Atlantic salmon and other native aquatic organisms in Maine. While progress has certainly been made to address this issue on a variety of fronts, including outreach and education, more work remains to be done.
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