What does FFFPP stand for?
FFFPP stands for Family Forest Fish Passage Program
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The Family Forest Fish Passage Program (FFFPP) assists private forestland owners in replacing culverts and other stream crossing structures that keep trout, salmon, and other fish from reaching upstream habitat. Road culverts and other structures that are aging, too small, or improperly installed can block fish from reaching their spawning grounds, and young rearing salmon from reaching the ocean. The program funds the replacement of eligible barriers with new structures.
Family Forest Fish Passage Program The Family Forest Fish Passage Program is a cost-share program that helps small forest landowners correct fish passage barriers on their forestlands. The program provides 75-100 percent of the cost of correcting a barrier; it also provides technical assistance.
The Family Forest Fish Passage Program (3F2P) is a voluntary program where landowners can receive financial and technical assistance for the removal of fish barriers on their property. A fish barrier is any artificial (human-caused) in-stream structure that impedes the free passage of fish, such as culverts, dams, weirs, and road crossings.
The Family Forest Fish Passage Program (FFFPP) assists private forest landowners with improved road access and removing fish barriers. Road culverts and...