Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in North Carolina

The goals of the program are to promote and implement habitat improvement projects that benefit Federal trust species, provide conservation leadership and promote partnerships, encourage public understanding and participation, and to work with USDA to implement Farm Bill conservation programs.

All private landowners qualify to participate in Partners for Fish and Wildlife. Participating landowners include private individuals, family trusts, partnerships, corporate owners, non-profit organizations, local governments, and universities.

Partners for Fish and Wildlife works in a diversity of habitat types throughout the state. Some Partners for Fish and Wildlife Projects are educational in nature, providing the necessary materials and opportunities for children and adults to learn the significance of the State’s natural resources. Most of the Partners for Fish and Wildlife projects have occurred in four main habitat types: Forested Wetlands (Bottomland Hardwoods, Non-alluvial swamp forest, Pocosins), Longleaf Pine, Piedmont Prairies, and Streams and Riparian Areas.

Program Contacts

Laura Fogo, Piedmont Region, 910-695-3323

Anita Goetz, Mountains, 828-258-3939 ext. 228

Kendall Smith, Northeast Coastal Plain, 252-796-2401


Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in North Carolina


Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in North Carolina

John Ann Shearer
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
551-F Pylon Drive
P.O. Box 33726
Raleigh, North Carolina  27636
Phone: (919) 856-4520 ext. 17
Fax: (919) 856-4556


 

Service Area

Statewide Program in:
  • North Carolina