Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Wisconsin

The Partners for Fish & Wildlife program works with private landowners to improve fish and wildlife habitat on their lands. We are leaders in voluntary, community-based stewardship for fish and wildlife conservation.

The future of the nation’s fish and wildlife depends on private landowners – more than 90% of land in the Midwest is in private ownership. Providing more high quality habitat not only helps wildlife - by contributing to a healthy landscape, you create a conservation legacy to pass on to future generations.

Partnerships are the key! To accomplish this work, we team up with private conservation organizations, state and federal agencies and tribes. Together, with the landowner, this collective shares funding, materials, equipment, labor and expertise to meet both the landowner’s restoration goals and our conservation mission.


Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Wisconsin


Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Wisconsin

Kurt Waterstradt
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
4511 Helgesen Drive
Madison, Wisconsin  53718
Phone: 608 221-1206
Fax: 608 221-1357


 

Service Area

Statewide Program in:
  • Wisconsin