California Landowner Incentive Program Updated:04/2022

The Landowner Incentive Program (LIP) is an effort to reverse the decline of at-risk species on private lands in California's Central Valley. This is done by providing monetary incentives and technical assistance to private landowners to enhance and manage the region's three predominant historic habitat types: riparian, wetland, and native grassland.

LIP is funded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the coordination of which has been contracted through Ducks Unlimited.

LIP now has two phases Phase 1 is designed to promote management of California's newly restored wetland, riparian and native grassland habitats on private lands. Phase 2 actively restores and manages riparian buffers on working agricultural lands. We are currently accepting applications for both phases.

Contact California Landowner Incentive Program

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Contact California Landowner Incentive Program

Brian Olson
1010 Riverside Pkwy
P.O. Box 944029
West Sacramento, CA  95605
Phone: (916) 373-8820
Fax: (916) 445-4058

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  • California