Wyoming Partners for Fish and Wildlifelast updated: June 2014
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Related Success Stories for Wyoming Partners for Fish and Wildlife
- Buffalo Creek Riparian Buffer Restoration
- Agencies, universities, non-profits, and foundations offered cost share and technical assistance for riparian and instream habitat restoration.
- Fox Creek Riparian Zone Restoration
- Installation of seven miles of fencing and 4,000 cuttings was completed in September, 2003. With the help of six partners, Fox Creek is now protected from trespass cattle and in restoration.
- Karner Blue Butterfly Habitat Conservation Plan
- HCP encourages voluntary creation and management of endangered Karner blue butterfly habitat on private lands through incentives and support.
- Phragmites Control on the Rappahannock River
- For the sixth consecutive year, landowner and refuge volunteer, Alice Wellford, has led a private/public partnership to control invasive populations of Phragmites on the Rappahannock River.
- Restoration Project at Alamatong Wellfield in Morris County
- Partners target removal of invasive Russian olive shrub on 600-acre wellfield, a primary water source for over 470,000 Morris County residents and habitat for a variety of birds and insects.
- Restoring Shaded Coffee Plantations in Puerto Rico
- Project provides incentives and assistance to coffee growers to return “sun” coffee plantations to shade, improving environment and wildlife habitat.
- Rice Creek & Battle Creek Watersheds
- A project to coordinate resources from all levels of government and non-profit organizations for the common goal of reducing point and non-point water pollution.
- Wildlife Habitat Registry
- To provide a web mapping tool to facilitate collaboration among wildlife biologist in federal, state, and tribal agencies and among NGO's involved in wildlife habitat projects.