The EBTJV is a unique partnership between state and federal agencies, regional and local governments, businesses, conservation organizations, academia, scientific societies, and private citizens. The EBTJV is a geographically focused, locally driven, and scientifically based effort that uses a non-regulatory approach to protect, restore and enhance aquatic habitat throughout the range of the eastern Brook Trout.
We work collaboratively with partners at multiple geographic and jurisdictional scales to reverse the declining trend for wild Brook Trout. By focusing its actions towards conserving aquatic habitat and improving water quality, the EBTJV is ensuring we continue to have healthy waters that sustain outdoor recreational activities, generate economic vitality, and provide inherent values for generations to come. We are proud of this collaborative work of experts and managers from Georgia to Maine.
By working across jurisdictional lines, the EBTJV fills a need for coordinated conservation. The EBTJV provides leadership in Brook Trout conservation that is grounded by science; and, through its network of the region’s top scientists and fisheries managers, the EBTJV identifies priority needs, delivers valuable decision-support tools, and promotes proven techniques for conserving wild Brook Trout populations. This range-wide, coordinated approach is as important as ever, given the increasing threats to brook trout from climate change and other challenges.
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Contact Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture
Stephen G. Perry
350 Hunkins Pond Road
Sanbornton, New Hampshire 03269 Phone:
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