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Field Office: Bethel
This project has a benefit to the highest priority locally identified wildlife species.
Moose (declining winter habitat and population)
This project has a benefit to a secondary priority locally identified wildlife species.
Tundra Swans (subsistence, eggs and meat, and declining population); Emperor Geese (declining populations)
EQIP plan addresses natural resource concerns identified as high priority by the Local Work Group.
ATV induced trail erosion, moose habitat restoration and protection. Declining animal habitat, water quality-surface and ground, air quality-wild fire and CO2 sequestration.
EQIP plan addresses natural resource concerns identified as secondary priority by the Local Work Group.
Waterfowl habitat protection. Forestland productivity and health. Fish passage.
EQIP plan includes practices that are identified as high priority by the Local Work Group.
Recreation trail and walkway.
EQIP plan includes practices that are identified as secondary priority by the Local Work Group.
Stream-bank stabilization. Pest management, nutrient management, irrigation water management. Fuel Break. Obstruction removal.
This project addresses locally identified noxious or invasive species of concern.
Hempnettle sp., Beaver (creating possible fish passage problems)
This project addresses one or more locally identified priority subsistence species.
Salmon (subsistence); Whitefish (subsistence, source of meat during the winter); Blackfish (subsistence); Tomcod (subsistence); Needlefish (subsistence); White-fronted Geese (subsistence, eggs and meat); Canada Geese (subsistence, eggs and meat); Salmonberries (subsistence).
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