Restoration works: Highlights from a decade of partnership between The Nature Conservancy and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Restoration Center

 
 
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Restoration works: Highlights from a decade of partnership between The Nature Conservancy and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Restoration Center.  Schrack, E., Beck, M., Brumbaugh, R., Crisley, K. and Hancock, B. The Nature Conservancy, Arlington, USA. (2012)

The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have been working together since 2001 through a National Partnership to restore a diversity of habitats in our nation’s coastal waters. In the past decade, some $8 million in federal funds have been matched by more than $10 million in additional state, local and private funds to implement innovative restoration projects yielding tangible results that improve the condition of coastal waterways around the United States. In this report, we showcase a number of projects that help to illustrate these larger outcomes, as well as the work of the partnership’s central technical and management team that provides important underpinnings to all of the partnership’s work.
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