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Assistant Secretary Estenoz Highlights President Biden’s Investing in America Agenda Resources for Ecosystem Restoration in Massachusetts and Rhode Island

05/22/2024

Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife and Parks Shannon Estenoz traveled to Massachusetts and Rhode Island this week, where she highlighted how investments from President Biden’s Investing in America agenda and America the Beautiful initiative are helping restore ecosystems for the benefit of both people and wildlife.

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Secretary Haaland Highlights Locally and Tribally Led Conservation Efforts in Southern California

05/20/2024

Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland visited Southern California last week, where she met with federal, state, Tribal and local officials and community members to learn about their vision for conserving the area’s natural and cultural resources and meeting shared clean energy goals through the proposed establishment of Chuckwalla National Monument and expansion of Joshua Tree National Park. 

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Interior Department Celebrates New Actions to Honor Legacy of Women’s History

05/08/2024

Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland and Acting Deputy Secretary Laura Daniel-Davis joined Biden-Harris administration officials, prominent historians, museum leaders, conservation leaders and others today to honor the legacy and contributions of a diverse range of women and girls to our country and highlight the Administration’s efforts to increase the representation of women’s history in sites across America.

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Interior Department Announces More Than $87 Million for Wetland Conservation Projects and National Wildlife Refuges

05/08/2024

The Department of the Interior today announced more than $87 million in funding has been approved by the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, providing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and its partners the ability to help conserve, restore or enhance 315,823 acres of critical wetland and associated upland habitat for migratory birds across North America – including Canada and Mexico.

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