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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Land Trusts

The Coastal Program is a non-regulatory, voluntary, citizen and community-based stewardship effort for fish and wildlife conservation. It is based on the premise that fish and wildlife conservation is a responsibility shared by citizens and government. We provide willing partners with financial and technical assistance to accomplish stewardship projects that benefit Federal Trust Species (federally-listed species, migratory birds, and inter-jurisdictional fish species).


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Ecological Corridors Protect Wildlife Movement and Water Quality in Michigan

Michigan's Coastal Management Program continues its long-standing support of Wild Link, a project to counter the impacts of habitat fragmentation in the northwestern Lower Peninsula.

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