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The Partners for Fish and Wildlife program is a cooperative effort among many agencies throughout the state.
Our program works to restore habitat for wildlife on agricultural and other lands by constructing streambank fencing, stream crossings, wetlands, grasslands, and border-edge cuts. We work with landowners to improve water quality and wildlife habitat, to restore degraded wetlands and stream vegetation, and to restore native grassland and wildflower habitat. Our practices in turn benefit the landowners by improving livestock health, water quality, and forage.