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- Dry Creek Quarry Restoration
- Since 2004, Sequoia Riverlands Trust has been restoring natural stream flows, recontouring disturbed areas, seeding native grasses and planting oak and sycamore trees at this former gravel mine.
- Ecosystem Enhancement Program
- A nationally recognized program for its efforts to restore, enhance and protect the environment and foster responsible economic growth.
- Endangered Species Conservation Partnership
- Marine Corps links training maneuvers to conservation by using amphibious assault vehicles to control invasive plant species to help restore the Hawaiian stilt.
- Herger-Feinstein Quincy Library Group Pilot Project
- The Quincy Library Group created a model for forest governance by making the community and community goals a central part of forest management.
- Louisiana Coastal Area Ecosystem Restoration Study
- The plan would make significant progress towards achieving and sustaining a coastal ecosystem that can support and protect the environment, economy and culture of southern Louisiana and the Nation.
- Participatory Biological Monitoring Guidelines
- The “Participatory Biological Monitoring Guidelines” project helps managers and scientists form local partnerships to meet biological monitoring needs while maintaining scientific standards.
- Post Mountain Collaborative Stewardship
- A collaborative project to develop and implement an ecologically, socially, and economically responsible community wildfire protection plan for the rural community of Post Mountain
- Ragg Station Trail Restoration Project
- An integrated crew made up of the Montana Conservation Corps, Nez Perce National Forest, Framing Our Community, and Nez Perce Tribal employees.
- Seabird Protection Program
- The Marine Corps Base Hawaii's Ulupa’u weapons range is the site for a collaborative effort to protect red-footed boobies through state-of-the-art conservation practices.
- Upper Mississippi River Basin
- New drainage water management systems in the Midwest are improving water quality and wildlife habitat in the Mississippi River Basin.