Sunday, July 18, 2010

Tom Foti a true Arkansas watershed warrior

Tom Foti honored five years ago but still working in "retirement."

National Wetlands Awards


Photo used with permission from Neil Johnston
Neil C. Johnston's continued work with the Project C.A.T.E. Foundation has led to another educational CD, Skeeter's Wild Adventures. To read more on Mr. Johnston's work with Project C.A.T.E. and his other conservation and educational endeavours, please click here.
Credit U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Molly Brown's efforts in the expansion of the Back Bay Wildlife Refuge in Virginia Beach have proven to be immensely successful and is now nearing completion. For more information on the project, please click here.

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Tom Foti

Little Rock, Arkansas

Photo by Elinor OsbornMr. Tom Foti, the 2005 State, Tribal, and Local Program Development Award Winner, continues mapping existing and potential wetlands in Arkansas and throughout the Lower Mississippi Valley using a hydrogeomorphic classification system and physical features (e.g. geomorphology, soils, hydrology).
Along with state and federal partners, Foti is producing wetland maps that are helping guide the restoration efforts of the state of Arkansas,U.S. Department of Agriculture Wetlands Reserve ProgramU.S. Department of Agriculture Conservation Reserve Program, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Lower Mississippi Valley Joint Venture.
Contact information:
Suite 1500 Tower Bldg
Little Rock, AR 72201

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