Olympic Peninsula Conservation Programs

Partners for Fish and Wildlife

Program level:


Land use:

Prairie, wetlands, aquatic, shoreline



Benefits provided: 

Financial, free technical assistance

Water-focused program: 


Habitat restoration projects.



Habitat restoration program that focuses on restoring habitat for migratory birds, anadromous fish, and declining plant and animal species. Focus habitats in Washington include prairies, wetlands, and riparian and instream habitats.


All private landowners interested in restoring wildlife habitat on their land are eligible to participate.

Priority goes to projects judged likely to provide habitat for rare, threatened and endangered species. Projects have a minimum duration of 10 years.

Financial benefit: 

Cost-share for projects

Contact information

Contact person: 

Nick George



Phone number: 




Information last updated on November 1, 2021.

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