Montana Partners for Fish and Wildlife wetland projects generally involve restoration by ditch plugs. Uplands projects consist of enhancing/restoring native plant communities by developing and implementing grazing management plans. Riparian/in-stream restoration is accomplished using natural channel design and re-vegetation with native plants and implementing grazing management plans.
- Assist private landowners to restore wetlands and riparian habitat by offering technical and financial assistance.
- Restore native prairie habitats and other habitat types of special importance to Federal trust species.
- Emphasize partnerships! Private landowners, conservation organizations, and other government agencies complete habitat projects under joint ventures.
- Focus on threatened ecosystems and imperiled watersheds.
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Assistant State Coordinator
P.O. Box 66
Ovando, Montana 59854 Phone:
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