Louisiana Wetland Management District

Description:

The Louisiana Wetland Management District (WMD) was established in September 1990 in response to growing U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service responsibilities on lands that were off traditional refuges. These include Farmer's Home Administration (FmHA) and fee title tracts, leases and work on private lands. The WMD encompasses 20 parishes in the northern half of the state. Most of the 37 FmHA easements, 10 fee title tracts, and 4 leases are concentrated in northeastern Louisiana. WMD currently oversees Service interests on 25,710 acres not including Partners agreements

Directions:

There is no public access on the various WMD tracts. The WMD office is located on D'Arbonne NWR, six miles north of West Monroe, Louisiana at the intersection of La. Hwy 143 and Holland's Bluff Road.

Phone:

318-726-4400

Email:

northlarefuges@fws.gov

Address:

11372 Hwy 143 Farmerville , LA 71241

Activities:

Organization:

FWS - Fish and Wildlife Service

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