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Statement: National Wildlife Federation Supports Updated Plan to Stop Asian Carp
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Statement: National Wildlife Federation Supports Updated Plan to Stop Asian Carp

The invasive species is a clear and present danger to the Great Lakes sport-fishery, which is estimated to generate at least $7 billion each year in economic activity.

50 Sportsmen’s Groups Support Swift Action on Asian Carp Plan
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50 Sportsmen’s Groups Support Swift Action on Asian Carp Plan

Hunters, anglers, conservation groups support the Army Corps of Engineers Brandon Road plan.

National Wildlife Federation: Army Corps Plan to Make Asian Carp “Run the Gauntlet” Looks Promising
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National Wildlife Federation: Army Corps Plan to Make Asian Carp “Run the Gauntlet” Looks Promising

The release of the plan kicks off a 45-day comment period ending September 21.

National Wildlife Federation Calls for Release of Draft Study on Brandon Road Lock and Dam Upon Discovery of Live Asian Carp Nine Miles From Lake Michigan
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National Wildlife Federation Calls for Release of Draft Study on Brandon Road Lock and Dam Upon Discovery of Live Asian Carp Nine Miles From Lake Michigan

A live Asian carp was discovered below the T.J. O’Brien Lock and Dam, nine miles from Lake Michigan

In Budget Deal, Congress “Expects” Release of Draft Plan to Stop Asian Carp
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In Budget Deal, Congress “Expects” Release of Draft Plan to Stop Asian Carp

Congress “expects” plan release in budget language, directs open and transparent process

U.S. House Pushes Back to Restore Great Lakes Funding, In Wake of Proposed Trump Administration Cuts
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U.S. House Pushes Back to Restore Great Lakes Funding, In Wake of Proposed Trump Administration Cuts

Republicans, Democrats fight back against proposed cuts to Great Lakes funding

NWF Names Simone Lightfoot Director, National Urban Initiatives
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NWF Names Simone Lightfoot Director, National Urban Initiatives

Move to bolster conservation work in front-line communities across the country.