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    Conservation Easements

    Consider signing up a conservation easement on your property in order to protect its conservation values.

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    Partners For Wildlife Program

    The program has been developing and maintaining positive working relationships with landowners to benefit fish and wildlife resources.

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Partners Program

America's duck lands

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These "potholes" are under threat. Scientists study important U.S. grasslands to learn what it will take to save their vital ecosystems.

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Partners For Wildlife


The Region 6 Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program started in North Dakota in 1987 and has been expanded to all other Region 6 states since then. Partners for Fish and Wildlife's focus goes beyond waterfowl habitat. Habitat restoration goals include: Restoring habitat through voluntary partnerships with private landowners. Implementing habitat restoration projects in partnership with State Fish and Wildlife agencies. Restoring biological diversity on private lands and (FmHA) easement and fee title transfers with an emphasis on wetlands. Assisting in the conservation and restoration of biological diversity on National Wildlife Refuges by conserving and restoring the ecosystems in which they are located.

Mountain Prairie Region PFW website
The Duck Stamp Story

The Duck Stamp Story

The funds generated from the sale of federal duck stamps go directly to purchase wetlands and wildlife habitat to be included in the National Wildlife Refuge System as Waterfowl Production Areas and wetland easements.

Federal Duck Stamp Home Page

About the Complex

Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge Complex

Arrowwood Wetland Management District is managed as part of the Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge Complex.

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About the NWRS

National Wildlife Refuge System


The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America's fish, wildlife, and plants.

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