MBCC

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AcronymDefinition
MBCCMassachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition
MBCCMiami Beach Chamber of Commerce (Miami, FL)
MBCCMiami Beach Convention Center
MBCCMassachusetts Bay Community College
MBCCMontana Board of Crime Control
MBCCMigratory Bird Conservation Commission
MBCCMercedes-Benz Classic Center (Germany)
MBCCMission Bay Conference Center (San Francisco, CA)
MBCCMission Bay Community Church
MBCCMount Baker Community Club (est. 1909; Seattle, WA)
MBCCMercedes Benz Credit Corporation
MBCCMississippi Boulevard Christian Church
MBCCMount Bruno Country Club (Montreal; Canada)
MBCCManhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce
MBCCMabel Bassett Correctional Center (Oklahoma)
MBCCMr. Bach Comes to Call
MBCCMercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship (Florida)
MBCCMarin Breast Cancer Council (Kentfield, CA)
MBCCMercedes Benz Club of Canada
MBCCMicro Banking Competence Center
MBCCMalaysian Breast Cancer Council
MBCCMount Bruno Computer Club (Canada)
MBCCMilngavie and Bearsden Camera Club
MBCCMobile Breast Care Center
MBCCMultiple Basal Cell Carcinoma
MBCCMaui Bird Conservation Centers
MBCCMedical Benefits Consultative Committee (Australia)
MBCCMulti Bank Cash Concentration
MBCCMaidenhead & Bray Cricket Club (UK)
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The funding approved by the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission is evidence that this commitment endures today as strongly as ever.
As a member of the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, I am proud to help approve NAWCA grants that preserve wildlife habitats and protect natural resources.
As a member of the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, I am proud of our work to ensure proper funding is going to preserving our wildlife and increasing access to our public lands in Virginia and across the nation.
Migratory Bird Conservation Commission as well as the Neotropical
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced recently that the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission had approved spending up to $5 million to protect more than 26,000 acres of wetlands and associated waterfowl habitats.
The Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, which oversees refuge land acquisition, also approved the purchase of an additional 2,800 acres on three other refuges.