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Conservation Program(s): Keystone Initiative - Freshwater Fish
Project Title: Apache Trout Restoration (AZ) - IV
Organization: Arizona Game and Fish Department
Project ID: 0102.13.040201
Status: Active
Description: Remove non-native brown trout and brook trout to increase the native genetically pure Apache trout populations. Project will continue barrier maintenance and monitoring on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest on South Fork of the Little Colorado River and the West Fork of the Colorado River, and Bear Wallow Creek in order to assure that non-native trout are not competing with or hybridizing with the native Apache trout.
Award Amount: $200,000.00
Matching Contribution: $200,000.00
Location: The Apache Trout Keystone Initiative project encompasses the distribution of self-sustaining Apache trout within their historic range: headwaters of the Little Colorado River, Black and White Rivers.
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