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Partnership - Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership The Harpeth River drains nearly 900 square miles in middle Tennessee and flows through one of the fastest growing regions in the country. It is a state designated Scenic River in Davidson County, within 30 minutes of downtown Nashville. The river is one of the most archeologically and historically significant rivers in the state. However, the project area was listed on the U.S. EPA Section 303(d) list for siltation and habitat alteration, nutrient enrichment and low dissolved oxygen. Low dissolved oxygen was particularly an issue above a 6.2 foot low head dam near Franklin, Tennessee. Dissolved oxygen measurements at this dam were below state standards, and...
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Partnerships - Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership and Atlantic Coastal Fish Habitat Partnership Both the Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership (SARP) and Atlantic Coastal Fish Habitat Partnership (ACFHP) supported marsh restoration/living shoreline projects on the Tolomato River in the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTMNERR) near St. Augustine, Florida. These projects are located on the southern portion of the Guana Peninsula and are creating a contiguous swath of restored marsh that is: improving and enhancing fish habitat; preventing shoreline erosion; and fostering opportunities for community stewardship and involvement that will provide benefits for years to come. The...
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Partnership - Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership Dams and man-made barriers pose to impeding the movement of fish and blocking fish from their spawning grounds and habitat connectivity is listed as a top priority of the Southeast Aquatic Habitat Plan, the strategic plan of the Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership (SARP). To help address this issue, SARP, together with the Nature Conservancy (TNC) has completed a large scale assessment of dams in the Southeastern United States. The Southeast Aquatic Connectivity Assessment Project ( SEACAP), funded by the South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (SALCC), supports planners and managers in their efforts to target fish passage and other aquatic...
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Partnership - Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership Eleven of the fourteen species, subspecies, and other unique forms of black bass are found in the southeastern U.S. and nowhere else in the world. Several undescribed species and subspecies of black bass are also found in the region and almost all are in need of conservation measures to prevent them from becoming imperiled. In an effort to focus and coordinate actions to secure healthy, fishable populations of the diversity of black basses, the Southeastern Aquatic Restoration Partnership (SARP) led the development of the Native Black Bass Initiative (NBBI). The NBBI is guided by a 10-year, $30 million plan that was assembled in partnership with the National...
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Partnership – Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership The Green River and Green River Lake provide aquatic habitat in the Green River Wildlife Management Area near Campbellsville, KY. The river is in declining condition due to severe erosion over almost four decades. Its rehabilitation will allow it to support improved populations of white bass, smallmouth bass, rock bass, flathead catfish, walleye, and muskellunge along with providing important sportfishing opportunities for anglers. A 1,400 linear foot section of the river bank was chosen as the site for restoration, due to its rapid rate of erosion - a rate of 20 feet per year. Sediment loss from this section of the river bank fell into the river and eventually...


    map background search result map search result map Fish Habitat Partnerships Making A Difference with Regional Assessments and Decision Support Tools to Guide Fish Passage in the Southeastern United States Eastern Gulf of Mexico States - Tolomato River Coastal Restoration Project, Florida Fish Habitat Partnerships Making a Difference: Green River Enhancement within the Green River Wildlife Management Area, KY Fish Habitat Partnerships Making a Difference with Native Fish Populations in Southern US Rivers and Streams Fish Habitat Partnerships Making a Difference Low Dam Removal on the Harpeth River, Tennessee Fish Habitat Partnerships Making A Difference with Regional Assessments and Decision Support Tools to Guide Fish Passage in the Southeastern United States Fish Habitat Partnerships Making a Difference with Native Fish Populations in Southern US Rivers and Streams Fish Habitat Partnerships Making a Difference: Green River Enhancement within the Green River Wildlife Management Area, KY Fish Habitat Partnerships Making a Difference Low Dam Removal on the Harpeth River, Tennessee Eastern Gulf of Mexico States - Tolomato River Coastal Restoration Project, Florida