Mississippi Partners for Fish and Wildlife
Working Together to Restore Habitat in Mississippi
The Partners Program is a voluntary habitat conservation program in which the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service restores, improves, and protects fish and wildlife habitat on lands in private ownership. In Mississippi, the Partners Program works with interested private landowners to restore longleaf pine forests, bottomland hardwood forests, and wetland hydrology. The Partners Program informs landowners about invasive exotics, endangered species, habitat restoration and wildlife management through written materials, on the National Partners Program website and at seminars or workshops.
Contacts for Assistance
For information about Mississippi Partners or the Farmbill, contact Jeffrey Lee.
For information about bottomland hardwood and/or hydrology restoration, contact James Austin.
For information about long-leaf pine restoration, contact Randy Browning.
News Releases and Items of Interest
Cogongrass on You Tube -- September 2011
Partners Teams up with USDA -- August 2011
Snow Brake Restoration Project -- July 2011
Exotic Cogongrass Invades South Mississippi -- News Paper Article February 26, 2011
Conservation Partners Sign Landmark Agreement to Restore Wildlife Habitat on Private Lands in Mississippi -- News Release July 17, 2006