A conservation victory in Alaska: A unanimous vote from the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council approved Resolution 20-D, adopting a scientific approach to future habitat conservation for the use of remaining oil spill settlement funds from the 1989 oil spill. This will allow conservation and restoration projects to be completed "out-of-the-spill-zone" of the 1989 oil spill. Conservation projects could previously only be completed within the spill zone. These restoration projects will ultimately have a broader impact that will benefit fish, wildlife, and sportsmen and women. This decision is aligned with the recommendations CSF and nearly 20 other partner organizations submitted to the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council last year. CSF applauds the Trustee Council for thoughtful consideration of public comments and for ultimately adopting this measure. Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership | Boone and Crockett Club | Ducks Unlimited | Houston Safari Club Foundation | National Deer Association | National Shooting Sports Foundation | NSSF | California Waterfowl | Delta Waterfowl Foundation | Archery Trade Association - ATA | North American Grouse Partnership | Izaak Walton League of America Masters of Foxhounds Association of America | Wildlife Forever
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