Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program & Coastal Program - Urban Habitat Conservation Report

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Report cover with kids playing along New Haven Harbor

The Coastal Program and Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program have a long history of engaging and working with urban communities. By using principles reflected in the Service’s Standards of Excellence, we are able to collaboratively design and implement landscape-scale habitat conservation that delivers the wide range of benefits to fish, wildlife, and people. Furthermore, by working with urban communities, we connect people to nature and foster a sense of stewardship, which is critical to the success and future of habitat conservation.

A grayscale U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service logo
Fish and Wildlife Biologist
Coastal Program
Additional Role(s)
JEDI Coalition,
DNRCP JEDIA Employee Council
Coastal Program Administration (e.g., policies and budget),
Communication (e.g., graphic design and 508-compliance),
Partnership Development,
Stream Restoration
Falls Church,VA
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Gathering of Puffins on brown rock
The Coastal Program is one of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s most effective resources for restoring and protecting fish and wildlife habitat on public and privately-owned lands. We play an important role in promoting the Service’s mission and priorities, delivering landscape-scale...
Partners for Fish and Wildlife: Nevada Coordinator Susan Abele Meets with Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Member to Conduct a Site Visit at Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation
The Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program provides free technical and financial assistance to landowners, managers, tribes, corporations, schools and nonprofits interested in improving wildlife habitat on their land. Since 1987, we have helped more than 30,000 landowners to complete more than 50,...
Subject tags
Habitat conservation
Habitat restoration
Urban refuge