The US Fish & Wildlife Service's Coastal Program is a voluntary, partnership-based, habitat conservation program located in 24 priority coastal areas along the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, Gulf of Mexico, Great Lakes, and in the Caribbean. Within these areas, our conservation efforts are guided by a national strategic plan that integrates Service priorities with the shared conservation goals of conservation partners and stakeholders.
The Midwest Region Coastal Program provides funding and technical assistance to partners for conservation and restoration of priority coastal fish and wildlife habitats, including wetlands, shorelines, uplands, rivers, and streams. The regional Program is guided by the work plan below.
2017-2022 Midwest Region Coastal Program Strategic Plan
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Contact Chicago Metropolitan Area Coastal Program
Great Lakes - Big Rivers Region Program Manager
230 South Dearborn St.
Chicago, Illinois 60604 Phone:
Services provided in:
- Cook County, Illinois
- Lake County, Illinois