Wildlife, Fish and Rare Plant Partnership Program Overview
in the Eastern Region Wildlife Fish and Rare Plant program involves other
government agencies, colleges/universities, communities, non-governmental
organizations, conservation groups, private foundations, other Regions,
Forest Service Research, and the Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry.
recreation experiences to enhance fishing, hunting, and wildlife viewing
experiences as well as local school partnerships are the focus of these
relationships. Some of the more outstanding Eastern Region partnerships
- Moosalamoo (Green
Mountain National Forest)
- Lake Winnie
Project (Chippewa National Forest)
- Bat Conservation International and Southern Tier
- Ducks Unlmited (Wayne National Forest)
- Quail Unlimited
- Trout Unlimited
National Forest Deer Habitat Partnership
- Botany/rare plant partnership
your organization would like to participate in the Forest Service Partnership
Program, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Projects and Partners
- Taking Wing
a national emphasis area within the Forest Service's terrestrial and
semi-aquatic wildlife program, GetWild.