Below you will find current past campaigns for the Mountain-Prairie Regions of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Hover over a campaign to see a brief its description. Clicking on a campaign will take you to a dedicated page.
America's Great Outdoors is a grassroots approach to protecting our lands and waters and reconnecting all Americans to their natural and cultural heritage.
The Partners for Fish and Wildlife program provides technical and financial assistance to private and Tribal landowners interested in restoring, enhancing and managing fish and wildlife habitats on their land.
Protecting the nation's natural and cultural resources is essential to sustaining our quality of life and economy.
The USFWS Service Endangered Species Program has taken the lead in recovering and conserving our Nation's imperiled species by fostering partnerships, employing scientific excellence, and developing a workforce of conservation leaders.
The grasslands of the northern Great Plains cover an area of approximately 180 million acres across Montana, Nebraska, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Canadian provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.
The Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest is a celebration of one of the world's best wetland habitat conservation programs.