Post Tagged with: "Muskegon Lake"

Advancing Progress in NOAA’s Habitat Focus Areas

Advancing Progress in NOAA’s Habitat Focus Areas

As the seasons change from summer to fall, we reflect back on the summer accomplishments of NOAA’s network of Habitat Focus Areas (HFAs). HFAs tackle a wide range of habitat issues including reducing sediment runoff, improving coral health, restoring salmon habitat, preventing the spread of invasive species, reducing nutrient inputs, […]

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$1.2 Million in Funding Recommended for NOAA’s Habitat Focus Areas

$1.2 Million in Funding Recommended for NOAA’s Habitat Focus Areas

NOAA is recommending $1.2 million in funding for habitat restoration in eight Habitat Focus Areas. These new projects will educate coastal residents, restore habitats, and support sustainable fisheries and resilient communities. NOAA’s Habitat Focus Areas, which fall under the NOAA Habitat Blueprint, are targeted places where NOAA is partnering to […]

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A view of the Muskegon Lake Area of Concern and NOAA Habitat Focus Area. (Credit: Liz Mountz)

NOAA Protects Wetlands in Muskegon Lake Area of Concern

Content for this article written by NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management.  Please contact Elizabeth.Mountz@noaa.gov for more information. NOAA is working with local partners to invest in the Muskegon Lake Area of Concern (AOC), bringing it closer to the goal of delisting by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Delisting occurs when all management actions […]

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