The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service established the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program to restore historic habitat types which benefit native fishes and wildlife. The program adheres to the concept that restoring or enhancing habitats such as wetlands or other unique habitat types will substantially benefit federal trust species on private lands by providing food and cover or other essential needs. Federal trust species include threatened and endangered species, as well as migratory birds (e.g. waterfowl, wading birds, shorebirds, neotropical migratory songbirds).
- Livestock Exclusion Fencing/Alternate Water Supply Construction.
- Streambank Stabilization.
- Restoration of Native Vegetation.
- Wetland Restoration/Enhancement.
- Riparian Reforestation.
- Restoration of In-stream Aquatic Habitats.
Interested landowners contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Biologist to discuss the proposed project and establish a site visit
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Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in South Carolina
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
176 Croghan Spur Road
Charleston, South Carolina 29407 Phone:
843-727-4707 ext 305