Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Alaskalast updated: August 2017

The Alaska Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program is a voluntary, “direct conservation assistance” program for private landowners: the Service pays up to 50% of project costs and local Service biologists provide assistance ranging from informal advice on the design and location of potential projects to on-the-ground project implementation.

The PWF Program funds a variety of different projects each year. Some of these include the creation of rain gardens in urban areas, restoration of natural streambank habitats on waterfront properties, and creation of habitat for native fish and wildlife on or near school properties.  The Program provides direct conservation assistance: we pay up to 50 percent of project costs and local Service biologists provide assistance ranging from informal advice on the design and location of potential projects to on-the-ground project implementation and monitoring. This level of personal attention and follow-through is a significant strength of the PFW Program that has led to national recognition and its wide use by rural landowners.


Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Alaska


Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Alaska

Mike Daigneault
Coordinator for Habitat Conservation Partnership Programs
1011 E. Tudor Rd
Anchorage, Alaska  99503
Phone: 907 786-3523
Fax: 907 786-3350


 

Service Area

Statewide Program in:
  • Alaska

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