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Military vets to help rebuild northern California fisheries
Veterans will get a chance to train and work on habitat restoration and fisheries monitoring through a project funded by NOAA and administered in partnership with the California Conservation Corps and California’s Department of Fish and Game.

During the yearlong program of paid training and hands-on experience, veterans will spend part of the time on habitat restoration and will also receive training and experience in firefighting and reducing fire hazards.

Military veterans have tremendous skills to offer, and by helping to restore fish habitats they will be supporting the important role of commercial and recreation fishing in the economy. Veterans will start the program by taking courses in how to collect data and evaluate the effectiveness of coastal and marine habitat restoration.

 
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