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, the USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service and the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department can provide technical and financial assistance to private landowners interested in enhancing wildlife habitat in Vermont
Restoration of Riparian Corridors
Early Successional & “Old Field” Habitat Improvement
Targeted Essential Habitats
Threatened and Endangered Species Habitat Improvement
Other WHIP priorities in Vermont
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Missed an issue of Habitat Highlights?
Habitat Highlights Fall 2004.pdf
Habitat Highlights Spring 2006.pdf
For More Information on WHIP
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Please contact one of the Fish and Wildlife Specialists listed below:
– Essex Jct., 802-879-2330
Mary Beth Adler
– Springfield, 802-885-8836
Interested in applying?
WHIP helps private landowners manage their land for wildlife, however, there are a few practices that WHIP cannot cost share. They are ponds, access roads and timber stand improvements.
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