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USDA ANNOUNCES RECIPIENTS OF 2006 COOPERATIVE CONSERVATION PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE GRANTS
WASHINGTON, May 25, 2006-U.S. Department of Agriculture today awarded nearly $5 million through the Cooperative
Conservation Partnership Initiative (CCPI), a voluntary program that provides competitive grants for state and
local governments, tribes and non-governmental organizations to foster conservation partnerships.
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CCA is a public forum for collecting and sharing the cooperative conservation stories, lessons, models,
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Project listings that were entered on this site as of July
22, 2005, were included as cooperative conservation project listings in
Faces and Places of Cooperative Conservation, a publication of the August
29-31, 2005, White House Conference on Cooperative Conservation.