Conservation Partnerships Program
Conservation Partnerships is more than an organizational structure, it is a guiding philosophy. The Pacific Southwest Region has instituted a program that groups our customer-oriented programs together and provides a "storefront" for voluntary, cooperative opportunities in habitat restoration, migratory bird conservation, and environmental education.
The Conservation Partnerships Program brings the Service's mechanisms for funding or implementing strategic habitat conservation for our trust species under one umbrella, so that we may better serve our public and private citizen partners.
We seek to expand the pool of resources available to our partners and provide the best in fish and wildlife expertise in order to leverage the Service's greatest assets: our people and our partners!
You will find partnership opportunities throughout the Service, but the following programs are formally working together to enhance our delivery of habitat restoration and conservation efforts:
|Restoration on Private Lands||Conserving Coastal Habitat||State Grant Opportunities|
|Partnership for Central Valley Bird Conservation||Migratory Birds||Endangered Species Grants|
|Schoolyard Habitats||Tribal Partnerships & Grants||SF Bay JV|