Public-Private Partnerships (P3s) can do so much more than simply fund and build large infrastructure projects. I'm highlighting several examples this week that I think are really interesting.
This article summarizes a federal grant program to preserve wetlands that combines public and private funding and management resources. We are increasingly finding ways for public and private sector organizations to partner to achieve significant public policy goals that benefits everyone, and this is a great example. Please pass along any examples you have seen.
These public-private grants help . . . to preserve our nation’s wildlife and provide access to our public lands for future generations,” said U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt.