Food, water, shelter and space are required to sustain life. In fragmented landscapes, wildlife move across property boundaries in order to obtain these essentials. To improve wildlife habitat, it is important for communities and neighbors to cooperatively manage natural resources across property boundaries. Everyone has an important role to play to sustain wildlife populations for future populations.
Cooperating for Woods and Wildlife
Cooperating for Woods and Wildlife connects Wisconsin landowners with foresters, biologists, and their neighboring landowners and assists with the formation of Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP) cooperatives. Click the LEARN MORE button below to read more about collaborative land management.
Wildlife Habitat Cost-Share
There are various state and federal programs available to Wisconsin landowners to finance projects that enhance wildlife habitat and improve forest productivity. Click the LEARN MORE button below to read more about some of these programs.