North American Waterfowl Management Plan
The North American Waterfowl
Management Plan, built on a foundation of partnerships to restore and enhance
waterfowl habitats, is the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's primary waterfowl recovery
Partners for Fish and Wildlife is the
way we implement the private land habitat restoration objectives of the North American
Waterfowl Management Plan. Through an alliance of state, federal, and private wildlife
managers, Partners for Fish and Wildlife carries out wetland and grassland restoration
projects in partnership with farmers and ranchers.
||The Prairie Pothole Joint Venture is the top
priority of the North American Waterfowl Plan. Founded on the premise that agriculture and
wildlife can not only co-exist but flourish, partners have developed habitat conservation
projects that benefit waterfowl and associated wetland/upland species throughout the
Prairie Pothole Region.
PPJV Goal . . .to
increase waterfowl populations through habitat conservation projects that improve natural
diversity across the Prairie Pothole Region of the United States.
Other Region 6 Joint Ventures in which
Partners for Fish and Wildlife is involved include the Rainwater Basin Joint Venture,
Playa Lakes Joint Venture, and the Intermountain West Joint Venture.