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Mission Statement:
The Native Fish Conservancy  (NFC) was formed to operate as a non
partisan, nonprofit tax-exempt organization for the advancement of
educational and scientific programs and initiatives concerning  native
fishes.   The NFC seeks funding from public and private sources and will
responsibly distribute those funds to special projects that enhance 
public awareness, education, conservation and research concerning native
fish species. The NFC respects owners of private property and their
rights. The NFC seeks to establish cooperative projects with landowners
that preserve property rights while supporting the implementation of
greater conservation objectives.  The NFC partners with government and
private agencies to facilitate stream restoration and waterways cleanup.
The NFC supports domestic propagation of endangered, threatened and
special concern species while complying with all local, state and federal
 laws, rules and regulations. The NFC supports recreational collecting ,
rearing and breeding of common native fishes. The NFC encourages
involvement  from the greater public in regards to native fish and
conservation related issues.  Membership in the NFC will be open to all
individuals concerned with the conservation , sport fishing , aquarium
study, keeping , collecting or general welfare of native fish.

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