Funding Available for Coastal Fish Habitat Conservation
Pre-proposals due June 3, 2013
Life is a highway—which is a problem for fish in the Northwest
NOAA teams with Federal Highway Administration to help fish get around
New NOAA Report:
Commercial and Recreational saltwater fishing generated 1.7 million US jobs in 2011
NOAA’s proposal to list 66 Pacific and Caribbean coral species under Endangered Species Act
Public Comment Period Extended until April 6, 2013
Regional Coastal Wetlands Reviews just released
NOAA and EPA collaborate on new reports
Funding available for coastal habitat restoration
Projects will recover or sustain threatened, endangered & managed species
Funding available for restoration in the Great Lakes
Applications due February 27, 2013
Call for Nominations: 2013 National Wetlands Awards
Deadline is December 14, 2012
Her Affects on the Chesapeake Bay
NOAA Awards More Than $100k in Funding
Projects will protect coastal and marine fish habitat on the West Coast.
Want to help us improve oyster restoration monitoring?
Comment on our oyster restoration monitoring manual
The National Fish Habitat Action Plan
The National Fish Habitat Partnership releases the second edition
Habitat Restoration: An Economic Engine
Check out our latest video!
Habitat Conservation has a new leader
Buck Sutter named Director of the Office of Habitat Conservation
A new common language for marine habitat
NOAA and partners set the standard for habitat classification
Announcing the Cape Fear River Partnership
NOAA and partners work to improve the river for fish and you
Lafayette River Event Celebrates Restoration
Funding for Oyster and Wetlands Restoration Projects Announced
NOAA Science Supports Harris Creek Oyster Project
Science helps decide best project locations
Funding available for protection of coastal and marine fish habitats
Request for Proposals
Secretaries of Commerce, Interior, and Agriculture are committed
All agree to work toward habitat conservation
2012 Deep-Sea Coral Report to Congress released
Exciting discoveries and vibrant photos of deep-sea corals in every U.S. region!
Funding available for marine and coastal habitat restoration
Deadline to apply is April 13, 2012
Funding available to administer projects that restore natural resource injuries
Deadline to apply is February 23, 2012
New climate change strategy for fish, wildlife, and plants
Seeking public comment on draft national strategy to help reduce the impacts of climate change on species, ecosystems, and communities.
NOAA Portland office now hiring 6 interns
Deadline to apply February 15, 2012
Up to $95K research funding for small businesses
NOAA is offering a grant to develop greenhouse gas flux quantification tools for coastal ecosystems.
Funding available for communities affected by the Exxon Valdez oil spill
Projects should improve water quality and marine habitat
Chesapeake Bay Blue Crabs Continue Rebound
2011 Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab Advisory Report
Teaching Kids to Save the Chesapeake Bay
A new preK-12 environmental literacy strategy is open for comments through December 19, 2011
Salt Marsh Losses on the Rise—More Protection Needed for Wetlands Nationally
A new report shows national wetland losses are on the rise.
NOAA Awards Nearly $5 Million to Great Lakes Restoration
Projects will remove dams, clean up marine debris, and restore wetlands.
Estuaries—Habitat of the Month
September 24 is National Estuaries Day
NOAA Monitors Hurricane Irene's Effects on the Bay
Research cruises study nutrient levels, water clarity, and more.
NOAA Habitat Conservation is now on Twitter!
Click here to follow us for the latest in Habitat Conservation news and events.
How Low Will It Go?
Chesapeake Bay aquatic critters are stressed by low oxygen levels.
Funding Available for Habitat Restoration in the Gulf of Mexico
Proposals are due by September 15, 2011
2011 Blue Crab Stock Assessment Released
Scientific report confirms Chesapeake Bay blue crabs are beginning to rebound.
NOAA Receives Award for Fish Passage Project
Coastal America Recognizes Partnership Efforts on Long Island
Make Your Restoration Project “Climate-Smart”
New guidance provides recommendations for restoration in the Great Lakes. (pdf, 1.7MB)
Oregon Fishermen Help Clean Up Marine Debris
Fishermen help clean up marine debris through our Recovery Act project
Chesapeake Bay Report to Congress
NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office highlights programs, projects, and support for Executive Order in new Biennial Report to Congress.
Mississippi River Flooding
How wetlands do the work of levees and spillways.
Get Involved in Coastal Restoration!
NOAA and partners are establishing a Coastal Restoration Corps.
Restoration Begins on Underwater Grasses Damaged by Response to Deepwater BP Oil Spill
Projects will prevent further impacts to fragile Gulf habitat.
BP Pledges $1 Billion for Early Restoration Projects
These projects will allow Gulf Coast restoration to start right away.
Gulf Scene Investigation: Oil Analysis
New video takes you inside the lab to see what happens to oil spill samples.
Partner Spotlight: Restore America's Estuaries
Learn about their efforts to promote carbon credits for wetland restoration.
Learn About How NOAA Restores Natural Resources
Listen to the latest podcast.
Restoration scoping for BP oil spill begins:
Give us your ideas for restoration in the Gulf.
Protecting Our Ocean Canyons
The first four fish habitat protection areas have been added to the national system of marine protected areas.
NOAA educates the educators about climate change.
Learn about the first ever training at NOAA's Environmental Science Training Center in Oxford, MD.
Looking for something cool to do this summer?
Check out our Chesapeake Bay paid internships. Applications due March 11.
San Francisco Bay Subtidal Habitat Goals
Final report now available.
National Fish Habitat Awards
Deadline for nominations is February 11.
Water Temps May Have Affected Fish Kill
Learn what happened in the Chesapeake Bay.
Funding Available for Restoration Projects
Apply now: Great Lakes and Estuary Habitat Restoration.
Now it’s even easier to go with the flow
Check out our new Tidal Hydrology Restoration Manual and Toolkit
Dam removal opens fish passage on the Patapsco River in Maryland
Check out the removal's progress on our web cam.
Trout Unlimited funding available
For habitat restoration in the Northeast and Alaska. Due January 12, 2011
Tell us what you think
Comments on the revised Estuary Habitat Restoration Strategy are due January 14, 2011
New Gulf Spill Restoration website
Latest news on the damage assessment and restoration process
Gulf restoration planning begins
NOAA and partners announce damage assessment and restoration process
Powerdale Dam Success Story
NOAA Fisheries Opens Hood River Habitat to Migrating Fish
Funding opportunities available!
Apply now: Open Rivers Initiative and Marine Debris
Draft Report of the San Francisco Bay Subtidal Habitat Goals Project
Healthy oceans matter!
New policy for the stewardship of our oceans, coasts, and Great Lakes.
Want to know which fish live in the Gulf?
Check out the next gen EFH Mapper.
That’s one smart buoy!
Chesapeake Bay improves IQ with addition to interpretive buoy system.
I spy...the Gold Ray dam removal project!
Check out our newest web cam