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Non-Regulatory Techniques for Fish and Wildlife Habitat Protection on Private Lands Public Deposited

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  • A survey was developed for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to collect information about non-regulatory fish and wildlife habitat programs in nine states (Alaska, California, Florida, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, Pennsylvania, Texas and Vermont). Non-regulatory programs are voluntary and offer incentives to landowners who are interested in protecting or enhancing fish and wildlife habitat on their property. These programs are classified here into seven general categories based on the incentive mechanism used (conservation easement, hunting on private lands, recognition education, planning, tax benefits, and management agreement). Seventy programs were reported by thirty respondents from private conservation groups and public agencies. There is evidence of greater diversity among the publicly administered programs, in terms of incentive mechanisms used, focus landowner types, focus habitat types, and funding sources, than among the privately administered programs. There appears to be an emphasis on protecting game species, wetlands and riparian habitats. Many of the programs are designed for agriculturists or rural residential landowners.
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