Partners Implementation Plan 2022-2026 (508 Compliant).pdf

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Partners Implementation Plan 2022-2026 (508 Compliant).pdf

Welcome to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 2022-2026 Implementation Plan for the Partners for Fish and Wildlife (PFW) Program in the Pacific Region (Region). The PFW Program undertakes a national planning effort every five years, and this is the fourth generation, reflecting the knowledge and experience we’ve gained over decades in our region and across the country. This regional plan provides a blueprint for the program and our partners that helps us to meet not only the Service’s mission but also address priorities of the Department of Interior (Department) across the vast and varied geography of the Region.

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