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The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, enacted in November 2021, is a once-in-a-generation investment in the nation’s infrastructure and economic competitiveness. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service was directly appropriated $455 million, with the Klamath Basin set to receive $162 million of this...
Yellow and green fish held in hand within a net.
On the screen appears a map of Northern Nevada with a slice of Eastern California. Diamond shaped markers are peppered across the map signifying recovery projects for Lahontan cutthroat trout. Faith Machuca, a Lahontan cutthroat trout recovery ecologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in...
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Over the past two years, a critical funding source, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, has created tremendous opportunities to find, fund and further conservation work with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service partners — states, federal agencies, Tribes, nonprofits and even private citizens.
A close-up underwater shot of an Apache trout swimming
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to remove the native Arizona Apache trout from the List of Endangered and Threatened Species. Collaboration and partner-driven habitat conservation, non-native trout removal, and reintroduction efforts helped save the Apache trout from the brink of...
Samson Creek outlet
In just a decade, the Salmon SuperHwy project is already more than halfway to its goal of opening 180 miles of cold, clean water along Oregon’s North Coast for spawning anadromous fish such as coho, Chinook, steelhead and cutthroat trout and lamprey. Once complete, the project will have restored 95...
Highland Dam Removal Site on the West Fork River in West Virginia
Across the country, people are transforming and replenishing the landscape—creating new opportunities to connect with nature, improving safety around waterways, and opening river access to aquatic species.
Adult steelhead jumping out of the water
Replacing a few culverts under roadways in a remote area of Washington may not seem that big of a deal. But for threatened summer steelhead, it could be a game changer.
A man with two girls and a boy stand in front of trees, all 3 kids holding huge trout.
At Winthrop National Fish Hatchery's Kids Fishing Day event in 2022, kids often caught fish so big, they could barely lift them. After two years of Covid that closed public events, the trout had gotten enormous!
A man in a wheelchair and wearing a hoodie fishing from a platform overhanging a river.
The only wheelchair-accessible fishing platform in North Central Washington is located on Icicle Creek. Trout Unlimited’s Icicle Valley Chapter teamed up with the Leavenworth National Fish Hatchery to make sure all anglers can still reach the river in 2022.
2 men in t-shirts peer into a rectangular cage as they slide it into the back of a pickup, with a beaver inside the cage.
What are beavers doing at a hatchery? It's just a way-station for beavers moving on to new homes and important work on behalf of their fellow wildlife. The Wenatchee Beaver Project helps beavers relocate with benefits to people, fish, and myriad other life.

Partner Category

Here we partner with a wider variety of other organizations on projects to meet shared conservation goals.

Other Partners

Here are just a few of our National Partners. You can view the full list of FWS partners, along with the regions and areas of focus our work together entails.

Partnership Services

Through our partnerships we are able to expand our capabilities through the inclusion of services in areas such as:

  • Grant opportunities
  • Sponsorship of grants
  • Cooperative Agreements

To find out more about how our partner provides services view our partner services below.