NOAA Fisheries Partners with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation in Support of North Atlantic Right Whales

$6 million in Inflation Reduction Act funding will be available through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation for vessel strike prevention technology.

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Aerial view of construction along a shoreline in an urban park As part of a larger effort to revitalize a waterfront park in Buffalo, NOAA funding is helping to create new habitat and improve shoreline resilience. Credit: John R. Witt Photography/Ralph Wilson Park Conservancy.
A fish leaping above fast-moving water Atlantic salmon. Credit: National Park Service.
A woman in blue-rimmed glasses, a black sweater and white shirt with black polka dots smiles at the camera. Jhen conserves and protects marine habitat and the endangered species that live in them. Credit: Jhen Cabasal
Two men in vests and khakis stand on a commercial fishing boat with nets at their feet. They are inspecting a net hanging between them. NOAA Office of Law Enforcement and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation officers measuring a turtle excluder device on a commercial shrimp vessel. Credit, NOAA Fisheries
A coho salmon swims up the Sol Duc river on the Olympic Peninsula. A coho salmon swims up the Sol Duc river on the Olympic Peninsula. Credit: Adobe Stock.
A selfie of a woman with wet brown hair standing on a balcony. She's wearing a black v-neck shirt. There are other homes and a boat in the background. Susan Meyer is the Alaska Regional Freedom of Information Act Coordinator and Records Manager. Credit: Susan Meyer