The Partners For Fish and Wildlife Program provides technical advice, funding, and construction assistance to private landowners and Native American Tribes to restore and enhance fish and wildlife habitat. Begun in 1990 to help farmers restore degraded wetlands for wildlife, the Partners Program continues to grow as more opportunities are found to restore wetland, riverine, and upland habitats.
In Maine, over 200 landowners, including farmers and private conservation groups, have requested assistance from the Service’s Partners For Fish and Wildlife Program to restore habitat on private lands. Judy Marden and others, are leaving a legacy of stewardship for future generations by making the lands they own or manage a better place for fish and wildlife.
Maine Partners Program Activities
- Freshwater restoration
- Saltmarsh restoration
- Fishway construction
- Riparian restoration
- Grassland restoration
- Forest stewardship
- Assist Native American Tribes in managing their wetlands and woodlands
- Farm Bill Conservation Provisions
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Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Maine
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
17 Godfrey Drive
Orono, Maine 04473 Phone:
207) 866-3344 Ext. 113