Olympic Peninsula Conservation Programs

Fish Passage Program

Program level:

National

Land use:

Aquatic

Provider:

USFWS

Benefits provided: 

Financial, free technical assistance

Water-focused program: 

Yes

Help fish and aquatic species by removing passage barriers.

Overview

Description:

Restore native fish and other aquatic species to self-sustaining levels by reconnecting habitat that has been fragmented by barriers, with a focus on at-risk species.

Eligibility:

Barrier for fish passage on property.

Financial benefit: 

Funding for projects

Contact information

Contact person: 

Miranda Plumb

Organization:

USFWS

Phone number: 

360-753-9440

Email: 

Information last updated on December 1, 2020.

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