Ozarks’ Huzzah Creek Selected for “10 Waters to Watch in 2022”

Washington, D.C. – The National Fish Habitat Partnership is excited to announce its list of 10 “Waters to Watch” for 2022. This annual list represents a collection of strategic conservation efforts implemented on rivers, streams, estuaries, and lakes to protect, restore, or enhance fish habitat. These voluntary, locally-driven projects represent some of the top conservation activities completed or in progress by 20 regionally-based Fish Habitat Partnerships throughout the country. These projects are carried out under the goals and objectives of the National Fish Habitat Action Plan.

The 2022 Waters to Watch list and associated Fish Habitat Partnerships:

  • Deshka River, AK – Mat-Su Basin Salmon Habitat Partnership
  • Grandpa’s Farm Road Bridge, AK – SE Alaska FHP
  • Huzzah, Courtis, Shoal Creek Wetlands, MO – Fishers and Farmers Partnership
  • Neskowin Fish Passage Improvement Project, OR – Pacific Marine and Estuarine Partnership
  • Raystown Lake, PA – Reservoir Fish Habitat Partnership
  • Susitna River, AK – Pacific Lamprey Conservation Initiative
  • Tin Cup Creek, ID – Western Native Trout Initiative/Desert Fish Habitat Partnership (Retrospective)
  • White River, VT – Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture (Retrospective)
  • Wildcat Creek, CA – California Fish Passage Forum
  • Williamsburg off-channel wetland, OH – Reservoir Fish Habitat Partnership

For more information and descriptions of the “Waters to Watch” list for 2022 as well as a project map point, Visit: www.fishhabitat.org/waters-to-watch/


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