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  • A gentleman kneels down in an agricultural field.
    James Bradshaw, owner of Bradshaw Tree Inc. of Mississippi, planted the trees on Upper Ouachita NWR in northern Louisiana. Photo by Sean Gardner.

    For private landowners

    Partners for Fish and Wildlife program A large percentage of the land in Louisiana is privately owned. Without conservation efforts on private lands, our trust resources would simply not survive. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service‚Äôs (Service) Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program supports landowners who may lack the technical and financial support necessary to manage their land for wildlife. Partners for Fish and Wildlife is the primary mechanism for delivering voluntary habitat improvement projects on private lands for the benefit of federal trust species (such as migratory birds or migratory fish), endangered or threatened species, or any other at-risk species.  Learn more...

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