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Partners for Fish and Wildlife



What we do

The Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program protects, enhances and restores important fish and wildlife habitats on private lands through partnerships. The voluntary cost-share program offers a chance to regain some of America's most important natural resources and builds on the strength and interest of committed individuals and organizations to accomplish shared conservation goals. Through its offices in all 13 states of the Northeast Region, the program helps:

  • Restore the habitats of federal trust species on private lands, including tribal, county and municipal lands
  • Restore wetlands, riparian, in-stream and native upland habitats
  • Remove barriers to fish passage
  • Leverage funds and resources through efficient state, federal and private partnerships
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Last updated: July 14, 2015