Partners for Fish and Wildlife 2023 Annual Report

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Cover of the Partners for Fish and Wildlife 2022 Annual Report

The Partners for Fish and Wildlife 2023 Annual Report is a comprehensive communications document, modeled after a financial annual report to Congress and includes content relevant to many of our stakeholders. Contents include: Message from the Chief, National performance data, Strategic Planning, job creation and local economic stimulus and financial/performance data broken down by all 50 states and territories.  

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Habitat restoration
Habitat conservation
Strategic habitat conservation
Ecosystem recovery
Landscape conservation