The inception of the Partners for Fish and Wildlife program in New York began in 1990 and has been growing at a steady pace ever since. Fish and wildlife habitats that were once in a degraded state are now providing important cover, food, water and breeding areas for many species.

What We Do

Our Projects and Initiatives

As an entity of the New York Ecological Services Field Office the New York Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program conducts work throughout the state. Over 60 partners have assisted the Partners for Fish and Wildlife (PFW) in accomplishing its goals. Our partners include more than twelve different Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Land Trusts, Local Governments, State Universities, and other educational facilities. Trout Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, Ausable River Association, Batten Kill Watershed Alliance and others provide funding, technical support, and monitoring for partners projects. The most important partner is the landowner, without whom this program would not exist. 

Our New York PFW program conducts many types of restoration projects. Learn more about what they do.

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