Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in UtahUpdated:08/2017

Utah Partners for Fish and Wildlife works with local watershed teams and working groups to set priorities for focus areas. A watershed based management system has been adopted in numerous areas throughout Utah. These priority areas are revisited yearly and adjusted accordingly to watershed and/or local workgroup goals and objectives.  The habitats receiving highest priority are in-stream and riparian habitat. These habitats benefit numerous trust species. We are also directing our restoration/protection efforts toward wetlands and shrub/scrub (sagebrush) communities. 

Program Activities

  • Riparian restoration
  • Wetland restoration
  • In-stream restoration
  • Rangeland restoration
  • Noxious plant management


Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Utah

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    Listed as:
  • State Funding / Technical Resources
  • Department of Interior - Fish and Wildlife Service Programs

Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Utah

Karl Fleming
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
2155 West Forest Street
Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge
Brigham City, UT  84302
Phone: 435-734-6434

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Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Utah


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