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Partners for Fish and Wildlife

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In 1987 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service initiated the N.D. Wildlife Extension Program, now called the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program (PFFW). The program provides financial incentives and technical assistance for landowners to restore, enhance, and conserve wildlife habitat on private land.

The PFFW program includes: wetland restorations and creations, rotational grazing systems and both native and tame grass planting on cropland. Funding for the PFFW program comes from a variety of private, state and Federal sources. It's through this approach that the FWS and private landowners can become partners in wildlife and wetland conservation. If you would like information about any of these projects, please contact us.

For more information on Partners for Fish and Wildlife, visit the North Dakota Partners for Fish and Wildlife Home Page.

Photo of a wetland basin drained by a ditch - Photo credit:  NAWMP / Kenny McDonald Photo of the same wetland basin after the ditch has been plugged - Photo credit:  NAWMP / Kenny McDonald
Left: Wetland basin drained by a ditch.
Right: The same wetland basin after the ditch has been plugged






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