Learn About AZGFD’s Cooperative Programs
Developing relationships with landowners, a Heritage Fund used to protect endangered species and acquire habitat for the benefit of sensitive species, and Habitat Partnership Committees (HPC) that are designed to facilitate local decision making regarding wildlife habitat issues and improvements.
The Landowner Relations and Habitat Enhancement Program focuses on enhancing habitat and securing public recreational access throughout state. This is achieved through a variety of programs.
The Landowner Relations Program focuses on partnering with the State’s private landowners and agricultural producers to implement mutually beneficial habitat projects and secure public recreational access.
On the ground conservation actions
Each year the Arizona Game and Fish Department and Arizona’s wildlife conservation organizations complete hundreds of projects for terrestrial and aquatic wildlife conservation.
Arizona Heritage Fund Program
The Heritage Fund is used to protect endangered species, acquire habitat for the benefit of sensitive species, provide access to outdoor recreational opportunities, and educate children and adults about wildlife.
Habitat Partnership Committee (HPC)
Habitat Partnership Committees (HPCs) are designed to facilitate local decision making regarding wildlife habitat issues and improvements, and act as a vehicle for partnership development and communication between private, state, and federal entities.
Want to Get Involved with Wildlife Conservation?
Volunteer your time, or donate to help us with conserving and protecting our wildlife. When you purchase a hunting or fishing license online, resources go back into wildlife conservation.