The TransWild Alliance is a coalition of conservation advocacy organizations dedicated to reducing the impacts of highways on wildlife and natural resources. The Alliance supports member communication, coordination, partnerships, and information-sharing with the goal of promoting wildlife-friendly transportation policy and action.

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Lewis Creek Association

Although dedicated volunteers assist amphibians in crossing Vermont's Monkton-Vergennes Road on spring nights every year, these species may soon be provided a more permanent way to migrate from upland habitat to wetland breeding pools without getting smashed by vehicles. Two amphibian crossing structures are estimated to cost $273,000, and in 2010, FHWA awarded Lewis Creek Association a $150,000 Transportation Enhancement grant for culvert construction. LCA is working to provide the required 30% matching funds.

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I-90 Snoqualmie Pass Wildlife Corridor Project