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Private Land Opportunities

workers planting trees

Worker planting trees in a reforestation area. Credit: Michael Renfrow, USFWS

 

The Partners for Fish & Wildlife Program restores, improves, and protects fish and wildlife habitat on private lands through alliances between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, other organizations, and individuals, while leaving the land in private ownership.


Anyone interested in the conservation of wildlife habitat on private lands can be a partner!


If your property contains damaged habitat that can be restored for wildlife; or, if you want to manage a portion of your property for wildlife, but don't know where to begin, we may be able to work with you to develop and implement a plan that meets your needs. On the ground, we can provide certain structures, help move dirt, establish bottomland hardwood trees and other vegetation, and much more.

 

If you would like more information about this program please contact:

 

Michael Renfrow,

U.S. FWS Private Lands Biologist

North Louisiana Refuge Complex
11372 HWY 143
Farmerville, LA 71241
Office # (318)726-4222 ex: 108
Fax # (318)726-4667
Cell # (318)366-4818

michael_renfrow@fws.gov

 

 

Also check out the South Eastern Regions Partners for Fish and Wildlife's website and the

Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program Flyer (PDF 159KB)


Last updated: March 9, 2010