Friday, September 7, 2012
National Fish Habitat Partnership Launches Redesigned FishHabitat.Org
(Washington, DC) - The National Fish Habitat Partnership launched a redesigned website in an effort to build a community of support for fish habitat conservation nationwide. The new design will offer a more user-friendly format and convenient page navigability along with enhanced mapping features through a new content management system. The site also offers a more convenient sign-up for our Partner Coalition which will give you enhanced access to the page, as well as a subscription to our newsletter.
Enhancements to the website include:
• Clean User Interface - allows visitors to utilize features in depth.
• New Features - front rotating navigable photos and feature stories. Easy to navigate Partnership tabs. Enhanced mapping features for Waters to Watch pages. A Scoop.it! fish habitat news related page.
• Improved capabilities - Increased ability to audio, video and presentation files to the site.
The site was specifically designed to better incorporate our National Fish Habitat Partnerships and set the foundation for sub-sites to enhance standardization of the National Fish Habitat Partnership.
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About the National Fish Habitat Partnership
The National Fish Habitat Partnership (www.fishhabitat.org
) works to conserve fish habitat nationwide-leveraging federal, state and private funding sources to achieve the greatest impact on fish populations through priority conservation projects. The national partnership implements the National Fish Habitat Action Plan and supports 18 regional grassroots partner organizations.