Among the ongoing construction projects in the FY12 Budget are: the South Florida ecosystem restoration program, which includes the Everglades ($163 million); Olmsted Locks and Dam, IL & KY ($150 million); Wolf Creek Dam, Lake Cumberland, KY, seepage control ($132 million); Columbia River Fish Mitigation, WA, OR & ID ($128 million); Herbert Hoover Dike, FL, seepage control ($85 million); Center Hill Lake, TN ($79 million); Missouri River Fish and Wildlife Recovery, IA, KS, MO, MT, NE, ND & SD ($73 million); Bluestone Lake, WV ($70 million); and New York and New Jersey Harbor, NY & NJ ($65 million) .
What does CRFM stand for?
CRFM stands for Columbia River Fish Mitigation (US Army Corps of Engineers)
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- Caribbean Network of Fisher Folk Organisations
- Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (est. 2003)
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- Citizens for Responsible Forest Management (Boulder Creek, CA)
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- Cable Repair Force Management Plan
- Columbia River Fish Management Plan (est. 1988)
- Center for Refugees and Forced Migration Studies (Macedonia)
- Centre de Ressources pour le Français sur Objectifs Spécifiques (French: Resource Center for the French for Specific Purposes)
- Cigarette Restitution Fund Program (Maryland)
- Colorado River Fishery Project (US FWS)
- Columbia River Fellowship for Peace (Oregon)
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The new facility is part of work undertaken by the Corps within the Columbia River Fish Mitigation Program.