Ecosystem Restoration is a significant down payment in protecting our shared natural heritage. In collaboration with states, Tribes, local communities and federal agencies, we are using Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding to advance habitat restoration, conduct invasive species control and conserve at-risk species. These activities benefit several significant ecosystems and recreational sites.
What We Do
Our Projects and Initiatives
Ecosystem Restoration Focus Areas
Under the Restoration and Resilience Framework., the Ecosystem Restoration program funds strategic and evidence-based ecosystem restoration and conservation planning and actions that are outlined in our
Across the country, our ecosystem restoration projects, and conservation actions, are focused to restore our nation’s lands and waters through locally led, landscape-scale restoration projects.
Since 2022, through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has received just over $55 million for 83 projects that engage with our nation’s communities to advance habitat restoration, conduct control, conserve threatened and endangered species and will lead to better outdoor spaces and habitats for people and wildlife for generations to come.
Use these links to see a list of ecosystem restoration projects funded through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law: