New Jersey Field Office
Northeast Region
 

Habitat Restoration

Partners for Fish and Wildlife

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Partners program is an invaluable resource for landowners who wish to restore and conserve their property for wildlife. Counties, municipalities, and private citizens can partner with the U.S. Fish and WIldlife Service as well as with other Federal and State agencies to help maintain healthy ecosystems in New Jersey. The key principle in these partnerships is cost sharing that is both financial and "in kind." For example, a county might contribute money and some equipment, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation might provide funding, and the New Jersey Field Office might offer labor and technical expertise. Find out more about the Partners program in New Jersey.

Introduction to the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program and some examples of projects

News about the Partners Program in New Jersey.

Read about what the New Jersey Partner's Program is doing on the Northeast Region's Partners page.

The recently completed dam removal of Finesville Dam was a collaboration of the USFWS Partners for Fish and Wildlife program and a variety of federal and State agencies and committed conservation organizations.

Beth Freiday begins work with the excavator.
Credit: Evan Madlinger/USDA

 

contact:
Brian Marsh

Phone: (609) 646-9310
or (609) 383-3938 x22
brian_marsh@fws.gov

Learn More About the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program from a National Perspective.

Partnerships and Habitat Restoration Fact Sheets

 

Last updated: August 26, 2014
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