Valley City Wetland Management District

Description:

Valley City Wetland Management District (WMD) is one of 11 WMDs found in North Dakota's famed "duck factory" country, the Prairie Pothole Region.

Valley City WMD is located in east-central North Dakota and includes Cass, Traill, Barnes, Griggs, and Steele counties. It consists of 82 Waterfowl Production Areas (WPA) totaling approximately 17,000 acres. There are also 55,400 acres protected by wetland easements, and four easement national wildlife refuges that total 5,500 acres.

Directions:

The District headquarters is located 2 miles northwest of Valley City along the Sheyenne River. From Interstate 94, take Valley City exit #292 to the north. You will be on 8th Avenue. Continue north, and take a right onto Main Street, heading east. Proceed approximately 7 blocks and take a left on Central Avenue, heading north. Proceed approximately 11 blocks and take a right on 12th Street, heading east. At the four-way stop, take a left, again heading north. Go north for approximately 3/4 of a mile. Take the first left after crossing the railroad tracks, heading northwest. Continue for approximately 1 mile and watch for the signs, turn south across the railroad tracks, and watch for a quick right to the headquarters.

Phone:

Email:

valleycitywetlands@fws.gov

Address:

11515 River Road Valley City, ND 58072

Activities:

Interpretive Programs Hunting

Organization:

FWS - Fish and Wildlife Service

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