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George Blood
415 VFW Drive
P.O. Box 415
Rockland, Massachusetts  02370
Phone: (781) 871-8200
Fax: (781) 871-8871


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Bahia Grande Estuary Restoration
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Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act (“Breaux Act”)
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Ducktrap River Tributary Restoration Project
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FireWise Communities
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Grand County / BLM Recreation Partnerships
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Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument
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Land Conservation Works in Augusta, Georgia
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Land O’ Lakes Ravine Restoration
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Lower Bronx River—A Community-Led Restoration Initiative
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Marsh Terracing Project
The project incorporated marsh terracing to restore fishery habitat and to test the cost effectiveness of this new restoration technique.

Michigan's Copper Country Cooperative Partnership
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Moose Creek Fish Passage Restoration Project
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North Lake Basin Wetlands Restoration
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Restoration of a 320-acre tidal salt marsh helped to pull a vital dredging project out of a quagmire of environmental issues.

West Branch Restoration Project, Arizona
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