CELCP | CELCP Projects

CELCP Projects Funded 2007-2012

Since FY 2007, NOAA has managed an annual competitive funding process to select projects for funding within amounts appropriated by congress. Each year, NOAA develops a prioritized list of projects that are ready and eligible for funding through a competitive merit review process. This list guides NOAA's selection of projects within the funding amounts available through both CELCP and the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. Projects on the FY 2012 ranked list that are not funded in FY 2012 will remain on the contingency list, which will remain active until it is superseded.

FY 2012 Projects

The FY 2012 CELCP Project Fact Sheet has a short description of each project.

Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservation Program:

1. Washington Dabob Bay, Phase II
2. South Carolina Binden Plantation

Great Lakes Restoration Initiative:

1. Ohio Lake Erie Bluffs, Phase II

FY 2011 Projects

The FY 2011 CELCP Project Fact Sheet has a short description of each project.

Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservation Program:

1. Washington Dabob Bay
2. Oregon Big Creek
3. New York Hudson River NERR Enhancement Project
4. Maine Merriland River Corridor
5. Oregon South Slough
6. Florida Boot Key

Great Lakes Restoration Initiative:

1. Wisconsin Lost Creek Watershed Protection
2. Wisconsin Frog Bay Tribal National Park
3. Ohio Lake Erie Bluff Preservation Project, Phase 2

NOAA also maintains a contingency list of projects in the event that a selected project cannot be completed or additional funds become available.   

FY 2010 Projects

The FY 2010 CELCP Project Fact Sheet has a short description of each project.

Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservation Program:

1. Hawai`i Lapakahi Marine Life Conservation District Acquisition, North Kohala on Hawai`i Island
2. Washington Kiket Island Addition - Phase II
3. Maryland Ayers Creek - Holly Grove Swamp Phase II
4. Wisconsin Nemadji River
5. California Tognazzini Property in Paradise Beach
6. Florida Rookery Bay NERR Keewaydin Island
7. Michigan Saugatuck Harbor Natural Area Acquisition
8. Puerto Rico San Miguel Natural Reserve - Phase III
9. Mississippi Cat Island
10. Georgia Altamaha River Rayonier Tract - Phase II

Great Lakes Restoration Initiative:

1. Michigan Bete Grise Wetlands Acquisition
2. Wisconsin Houghton Falls
3. Ohio Kelleys Island Monagan Road Preserve
4. Wisconsin Mashek Creek Acquisition
5. Ohio Lake Erie Bluff Preservation Project

FY 2009 Projects

The FY 2009 CELCP Project Fact Sheet has a short description of each project.

Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservation Program:

1. Virginia Crow’s Nest, Phase 2
2. Puerto Rico San Miguel Natural Reserve, Phase 2
3. Massachusetts Great Neck Conservation Partnership
4. Florida Cayo Costa State Park
5. Maine Merrymeeting Bay
6. New York Peconic Estuary– Reeves Bay
7. Washington Kiket Island Phase 1 Acquisition: Deception Pass
8. Florida Guana Tolomato Matanzas NERR– Rogers Parcel
9. Maryland Sellman Property at Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary

FY 2008 Projects

The FY 2008 CELCP Project Fact Sheet has a short description of each project.

Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservation Program:

1. New Hampshire Isinglass River
2. North Carolina Chowan Swamp
3. California Jenner Headlands, phase 2
4. Alaska Agulowak River and Salmon Habitat Conservation
5. New York Peconic Estuary / Pipes Cove / Stackler Parcels

FY 2007 Projects

Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservation Program:

1. Maine Maquoit Bay
2. Massachusetts Center Hill Beach, Plymouth
3. Michigan Seven Mile Point, Keweenaw County
4. California Jenner Headlands, Sonoma County
5. Connecticut East River Corridor Protection
6. Ohio Bratenahl
7. New Jersey Delaware Bayshore / Cohansey River / Streep
8. Delaware Blackbird Creek NERR / Eagles Nest Road Area, Delaware
9. Ohio Port Clinton Waterfront
10. Maine Stockton Harbor
11. Delaware Blackbird Creek NERR / DNERR Core Area Headwaters
12. Oregon Fort Stevens Acquisition
13. Georgia Altamaha River Sand Ridges

For more information, please contact: Elaine Vaudreuil at (301) 713-3155 ext. 103.