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Landowner Assistance Programs

Landowner Assistance Programs

The Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries offers a variety of programs that provide financial and technical assistance to private landowners in Alabama interested in agriculture, forestry and wildlife conservation practices. Each program is different; offering different opportunities for landowners and their needs.

Alabama Landowner Technical Assistance Team Video:  Landowners - Would you like assistance to help you better manage your land to benefit wildlife? View this video for details on how the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries and its many natural resource management agency partners can help you. http://youtu.be/6pxW9s5LH-U

Technical/Financial Assistance 

The Landowner Incentive Program (LIP) became the first program within WFF to provide funding to private landowners for the direct benefit of conserving, managing, or enhancing the habitats of high priority wildlife species.

Partners for Fish and Wildlife focuses on restoring, protecting or enhancing private property for Federal trust resources (e.g. migratory birds, endangered and threatened species, wetlands, floodplains, streams and riparian areas). Presently, the USFWS has made Partners funding available through the Soil and Water Conservation Committee (SWCC) and WFF.

The Wildlife Habitat Enhancement Unit, developed in partnership with NRCS, consists of four Division Wildlife Biologists who provide technical assistance to private landowners in conserving, maintaining and improving their natural resources to enhance the quality of fish and wildlife via conservation based recommendations with or without cost-share programs. Contact your local NRCS office to learn more about this program and other programs offered through NRCS.

 

Technical Assistance  

Sportfish Management in Alabama Ponds

Wildlife Management

Commonly asked questions can be found by clicking on the specific program. Be aware that every program contains different objectives and requirements!

 

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