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Habitat

 

Media Contacts

Habitat projects take place throughout the United States. Visit our media contact page to reach our regional Public Affairs Officers.

NOAA's Habitat Conservation Program works to conserve wetlands, rebuild shellfish habitat, reduce threats to coral reefs, and reopen fish passages. In total, we have completed and are working on more than 2,000 restoration projects across the country. Some of them are highlighted on this map.  Explore the three divisions of the program for more detail: Protection, Restoration, and Chesapeake Bay.

 

Photos & Video

Habitat Image Gallery

Habitat Videos and Podcasts

 

More news releases about habitat

 

Learn more:

Habitat Blueprint  - what's happening in your area?

Habitat Success Stories

How do we restore oysters & shellfish?

Track restoration projects in your state

Gulf Spill Restoration

Coral Conservation

Invasive Species