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The KAD only exists in a few counties in the upper Kentucky River watershed in southeastern Kentucky.
Historic records indicated that this fish might exist in areas that had significant overlap with coal mining operations.
University of Washington Bill Joyce has helped people find solutions to environmental problems since 1985.
Bill has also been a professional mediator with Washington Arbitration and Mediation Service since 1989 and has successfully mediated hundreds of environmental cases including Clean Water Act litigation, mining sites, multi-party cleanups, complicated insurance coverage actions and a wide range of other disputes.
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Recently, AWF lead a collaborative effort to develop a Candidate Conservation Agreement for the Kentucky Arrow Darter (KAD), a fish species that is a candidate for listing under the ESA in 2016.