Wildlife & Hunting

Cost Share

Although the MDWFP does not directly subsidize any habitat management practices on private lands, Private Lands Biologists often liaise between landowners and multiple organizations to locate sources of funding to help with the costs of managing habitat. Some common examples of cost share programs include those provided by the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Fire on the Forty, Forest Resources Development Program, and the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program. For more information about cost share programs contact your regional Private Lands Biologist or the District Conservationist for NRCS in your county.

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