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National Park Service

    The Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program , also known as the Rivers & Trails Program or RTCA, is a community resource of the National Park Service. Rivers & Trails staff work with community groups and local and State governments to conserve rivers, preserve open space, and develop trails and greenways.
    The Partnership Wild and Scenic Rivers Program, a subset of the greater National Wild and Scenic Rivers System, helps communities preserve and manage their own river-related resources locally by bringing together State, county, and community managers to preserve the outstanding and remarkable values for which the rivers were set aside.
    The Community Toolbox - Consensus Building is a collection of techniques for public participation that communities can use to get organized, to turn their vision into reality, to work together to improve their special places.

Army Corps of Engineers

    The Natural Resources Management Partnership Page maintained by the Natural Resources Management Branch of the Army Corps of Engineers explores potential concepts for public-private partnerships in recreation and natural resources management. The purpose of this site is to clarify and define the responsibilities and legal restrictions pertaining to working with a wide range of partners for recreation and natural resources management. It will also help users to identify potential forms of public-private partnerships and to understand the differences between the various authorities. This will assist users in determining which authority to use for a particular situation.

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

    The Refuge Support Groups consist of private citizens who form grassroots nonprofit organizations which provide volunteer and financial support to their local National Wildlife Refuge or service facility. The website provides information on the Refuge Support Groups program, cooperating agencies, resources, publications, training, and grants.

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