Established in 1971, our office works to protect and restore fish and wildlife habitat, control invasive species, and promote stewardship of fish and wildlife resources. The Office also works to conserve fish populations through an assessment and monitoring program that provides information necessary to manage subsistence and other fisheries. Finally, the Office develops cost-effective tools to help us monitor salmon, trout, char, whitefish, and other fish populations in challenging Alaska conditions. Based in Soldotna, our Kenai Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office staff work on the Kenai Peninsula and western Alaska. Some of the services we provide to the communities we serve within this geography include technical assistance, funding, and conservation capacity and guidance.
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service