Habitat Partnership Program Updated:09/2016

The Habitat Partnership Program (HPP), funded by revenue from the sale of big game licenses, develops partnerships among landowners, land managers, sportsmen, the public and Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) to reduce wildlife conflict, particularly conflict associated with forage and fencing. 

HPP committees are responsible for finding local solutions to local problems.

Contact a nearby Colorado Parks and Wildlife office or a local committee CPW representative if you have questions or need more information about the Habitat Partnership Program, or if you have other wildlife-related questions.    

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Contact Habitat Partnership Program

Pat Tucker
Colorado Parks & Wildlife, State Coordinator
711 Independent Avenue
Grand Junction, CO  81505
Phone: (970) 255-6188

Service Area

Statewide Program in:
  • Colorado