Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Montana

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.

Objectives

  • 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.

Read the Montana PFW Strategic Plan


Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Montana


Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Montana

Randy Gazda
Assistant State Coordinator
P.O. Box 66
Ovando, Montana  59854
Phone: (406) 727-7402
Fax: 406 727-7432


 

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Montana