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Our success depends on your support. Thriving osprey, common loon and peregrine falcon populations, protecting critical habitats, teaching youngsters about wildlife, and preserving seeds of regionally rare plants are a few of the successes achieved through donations. Here’s how you can show your support.


Nongame Wildlife Fund

close up of a common loonThe Nongame Wildlife Fund helps protect and restore Vermont’s endangered wildlife for future generations to enjoy.


Vermont Habitat Stamp

landscape view of mountains and lakeFunds raised from sales of Vermont Habitat Stamps go to the Species and Habitat Conservation Fund and is used to purchase and manage wildlife habitat in Vermont.


Conservation License Plate

flying eagle and conservation platePurchasing a conservation plate supports efforts to protect endangered wildlife and keep Vermont watersheds healthy.


Green Mountain Conservation Camp Endowment Fund

young campers eating corn on the cobThis fund supports enhancements to the department’s two residential wildlife educational facilities.


Migratory Waterfowl Fund

flock of ducks landing on a pond in winterThis fund helps purchase and improve wetland habitats.


Fish and Wildlife Trust Fund

moose calfThe Fish and Wildlife Trust Fund supports the department’s efforts to conserve the state’s fish and wildlife resources for all Vermonters.


Venison For Vermonters

package of moose meatVenison for Vermonters program is making venison more accessible by coordinating the butchering and distribution of wild game meat for local food shelves and Vermonters in need.


Vermont's Land and Facilities Trust Fund

fire towerThe Legislature established the Lands and Facilities Trust Fund in 2001 (Act 61, Section 2807) for projects assisting in managing Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) lands, facilities, and recreational assets.