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YPF Donates $1.4-million For Fish Control

March 8, 2012 Greater Yellowstone, State of Wyoming, Teton County No Comments
Yellowstone Park Foundation

The Yellowstone Park Foundation which is the official fundraising partner of the park, recently announced $1.4-million in new grants it is presenting to the Park.  These funds will make possible a wide range of projects, most notably, a native species research and conservation project. The foundation has committed $1-million to help the Park launch a comprehensive Native Fish Conservation Program to take proactive steps to restore the Yellowstone Lake ecosystem by reducing the number of non-native lake trout and so restore the native cutthroat trout population. The Foundation’s $1-million contribution is being matched dollar for dollar by federal funding.

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