The Walker Basin Restoration Program aims to restore and maintain the Walker Lake and River system in partnership with local communities, irrigators, agencies and organizations. The program will support acquisition and leasing of water from willing sellers, as well as associated conservation, stewardship and research activities.
The Program is managed by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, a federally chartered non-profit organization established in 1984 to further the conservation and management of the nation's fish, wildlife, plant and habitat resources for present and future generations.
Just released:Desert Terminal Lakes Restoration Fund
- Request for Proposal (RFP)
- Additional Information
Walker Basin Restoration Program Annual Report
Walker Basin Restoration Program Highlights
Press Release, June 10, 2013:
Walker Basin Restoration Program Acquires Stanley Ranch
Press Release, May 13, 2013:
Walker Basin Restoration Program Begins Demonstration Project on Economics of Farm Conversion with Peri & Sons Farms
Press Release, May 6, 2013:
Elmer Bull joins NFWF Staff
Press Release, March 25, 2013:
Rafter 7 Ranch Acquired for Instream Flow and Conservation Benefits
To learn more about the Foundation, please visit www.nfwf.org.