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Ipswich and Parker River Dam Removals in Massachusetts to Restore Fish and Protect Communities

With $2.5 million in funding through NOAA, the Ipswich River Watershed Association and Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries will address dams blocking fish passage and posing flood risks to towns.
December 13, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Field trip group visiting the Ipswich Mills Dam (Photo: Marilyn Humphries, courtesy of Ipswich River Watershed Association) Field trip group visiting the Ipswich Mills Dam (Photo: Marilyn Humphries, courtesy of Ipswich River Watershed Association)

New Evidence of Marine Heatwave Impacts on Western Alaska Chum Salmon

Alaska ecosystem changes may pose challenge for juvenile chum salmon under warming ocean temperatures
November 30, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Fish swimming up river Chum salmon swimming upriver. Credit: NOAA Fisheries, Stori Oates

New Funding and Coordinated Action to Help Bring California Salmon Back from the Brink

NOAA and its partners are implementing dozens of projects to benefit endangered Central California Coast coho salmon.
November 06, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Coho salmon with pinkish gray body swimming. Background of sand and rocks looks blurred. Coho salmon. Credit: NOAA Fisheries

Local Talent and Indigenous Knowledge Key to Restoring Hawaiʻi Coral Reefs

Threats to coral are increasing and the involvement of the local community is imperative. With funding through NOAA’s underserved community grants, Kuleana Coral Restoration graduated their first cohort of local and Native Hawaiian ocean conservationists.
October 30, 2023 - Feature Story ,
COAST participants prepare for one of their first restoration dives. From left to right: Baylee Jackson, Pono Okimoto, Denise Oishi (instructor) Ciara Ratum, and Makaio Villanueva. COAST participants prepare for one of their first restoration dives. From left to right: Baylee Jackson, Pono Okimoto, Denise Oishi (instructor) Ciara Ratum, and Makaio Villanueva. (Photo: Blake Nowack/Kuleana Coral Reefs)