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Who Are We?

The Wisconsin Young Forest Partnership (WYFP) is made up of federal and state agencies, wildlife and forestry organizations, timber companies, and private landowners that have joined forces to bring more young forest to the Badger State.

Our Vision

Sustainable

wildlife populations

through landscape-scale

conservation

Our Mission

Wisconsin Young Forest Partnership seeks to achieve landscape-scale conservation in Wisconsin for high priority species by: 

  • Collaborating with like-minded partners

  • Promoting and creating young forest habitat through active forest management

  • And providing technical and financial assistance to private forestland owners

Our Values

We promote cooperation and partnerships to effectively contribute to conservation efforts.

  Collaboration  

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We provide technical and financial assistance through our partners to increase active forest management by private landowners.

Active Forest Management

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We foster sustainable habitat across the landscape in a manner that provides continued availability to wildlife.

  Landscape Connectivity  

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We believe in simplifying resources for private landowners by providing a service to determine programs that fit individual needs and goals.

  One Stop Shop  

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We promote diverse forests which increases opportunities for     residents and visitors to view and pursue wildlife in Wisconsin’s Northwoods.

Improve Outdoor Recreation

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We strive to increase the quantity and quality of young forest to benefit populations of decreasing conservation priority species and foster important habitat for a    wide array of other wildlife species. 

 Healthy wildlife populations 

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We strive to increase the quantity and quality of young forest to benefit populations of decreasing conservation priority species and foster important habitat for a    wide array of other wildlife species. 

Support Local Economies

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