Grants & Partnerships
We work with others to conserve, protect, and enhance
fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats for the continuing benefit
of the American people.
The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service's ecological services are built
on a framework of partnership, whether our scientists are promoting
the recovery of a listed species; participating in community watershed
or land-use planning; reviewing Clean Water Act Section 404 permits;
supporting habitat restoration, research and education efforts; conducting
assessment, monitoring, and research activities; or any of the myriad
other services in which we engage with others to achieve a beneficial
co-existence between development and natural resources conservation.
Many ways to "partner." We work together to pool limited
government resources, bring together the appropriate experts, and
promote efficiency and success through partnerships. We believe our
conservation mission will best by accomplished through voluntary partnerships,
two-way communication, and commitment to the best science.
Contact our Habitat Restoration Program staff if you are interested in cost-share opportunities in Southeast
Alaska through our Coastal, Partners for Fish and Wildlife, or Fish
To learn more about grant and partnership opportunities elsewhere
in Alaska, visit the Alaska Region Grants page.
Last updated: September 5, 2008