Click on the map to see conservation planning activities in each state of the Midwest Region.
Current Planning Projects
The Division of Conservation Planning works with national wildlife refuges in the Midwest Region (Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin) to develop comprehensive conservation plans. The plans identify goals for the next 15 years and specify the objectives and strategies that will be used in achieving those goals.
The following list includes refuges or wetland management district that are currently working on a CCP. For information on individual planning projects, click on a refuge name.
Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge, Indiana
Environmental Assessment for Farming Programs on National Wildlife Refuges in the Midwest Region
DeSoto and Boyer Chute NWRs, Nebraska and Iowa
Glacial Ridge National Wildlife Refuge, Minnesota
Whittlesey Creek National Wildlife Refuge, Wisconsin
Non-CCP projects posted here include: