Operation 1-1-1 Create my Accountupdated: July 2014Contact Operation 1-1-1To request additions or corrections to this entry email the AdministratorRelated Success Stories for Operation 1-1-1Agency on Bay Management The Agency on Bay Management (ABM) is a 20-year collaboration of resource stakeholders focused on the wise management of Tampa Bay. Appalachian Mountain Club Maine Woods InitiativeThe AMC's Maine Woods Initiative is a strategy for land conservation that integrates habitat protection, recreation, education, and sustainable forestry in the 100-Mile Wilderness region of Maine. Aquatic Nuisance Species Dispersal Barrier ProjectImplemented electric barrier in the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal to deter the inter-basin transfer of invasive fish between the Great Lakes and Mississippi River.Assisting Agricultural Producers in Improving Water Quality Partners assist agricultural producers in improving water quality and provide education, technical assistance and financial assistance to owners and operators of animal feeding operations. Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act (“Breaux Act”)The goal of the Breaux Act partnership is to design, build, maintain and monitor sustainable projects that create, protect, and restore Louisiana’s coastal wetlands. Commencement Bay Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration This project showcases community-based restoration in Commencement Bay, a heavily urbanized, industrial area. Cooperative Air Quality WorkshopsA series of agricultural air quality workshops were offered to San Joaquin Valley farmers to create Conservation Management Practice plans (CMPs).Dry Creek Quarry RestorationSince 2004, Sequoia Riverlands Trust has been restoring natural stream flows, recontouring disturbed areas, seeding native grasses and planting oak and sycamore trees at this former gravel mine.Endangered Species Act Assurances for Private LandownersPrivate landowners with approved NRCS-RMS conservation plans are able to use their lands for work and conservation with a minimum of red tape.Grand County / BLM Recreation Partnerships Through county and agency agreements, the BLM Sand Flats Recreation Area and the Moab Information Center are managed by non-federal partners.Kagman Watershed ProjectJoint effort by CNMI Dept. of Land & Natural Resources, Saipan & No. Islands SWCD and USDA NRCS to address flooding of agricultural land during rainy season & irrigation shortage during dry season.Land Conservation Works in Augusta, GeorgiaThrough partnerships with governmental, private, corporate, and non-profit orgs, this partnership is building a successful land conservation movement in Augusta, GAMississippi Wildlife and Grenada LakeThis partnership has produced record fish, relocated overpopulated deer herds, managed disease outbreaks in fish and wildlife and increased acreage of waterfowl management.Partners Help Farmers Get Funds to Address Resource Concerns Conservation partnership assisted coffee farmers to adopt new conservation technology in the Coffee Zone, Humid Upland Watersheds in Puerto Rico.Skaneateles LakeThe City of Syracuse established the Skaneateles Lake Watershed Agricultural Program (SLWAP) in 1994, as an alternative to a costly filtration system required by the Safe Drinking Water Act.Willamette Sustainable Rivers ProjectIdentify environmental flow requirements for the Willamette River and tributaries; link to restoration and potential changes in operation of Army Corps of Engineers facilities.