Partners are valuable allies to the the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and play a vital role in meeting the Service's conservation goals. 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 restoration goals and our conservation mission.
Great things happen when partners are matched with the right opportunities. That's why we work with many types of partners at FWS from local businesses and conservation groups to veterans and large industry partners. Here are just a few of the Partner Categories working with FWS today.
We often partner with non-governmental conservation organizations on conservation projects, whether it's to conserve identified species such as the monarch butterfly or to advise on land acquisition for conservation so that it has the greatest benefit for species.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has published a Final Environmental Assessment and Findings of No Significant Impact to improve winter oxygen levels for the conservation of Arctic grayling in Upper Red Rock Lake within Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge.
Thanks to skilled observers in Brazil and long-term relationships between North American researchers, an international team successfully responded to roseate tern deaths caused by collisions with power lines.
Federal, state and Tribal natural resource trustees have signed an agreement to jointly conduct Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration (NRDAR) activities for the Bremerton Gas Works Superfund Site.
At the 50th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act, the Service is latching on to the tools that can help us protect the species and places we love as climate change shifts the landscape. From predictive studies to innovative land management guidelines, the Service forges ahead with a plan.
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