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WAFWA Welcomes Brian Nesvik as New President

Posted by WAFWA on November 16, 2023
At our July Summer Meeting, the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies elected Brian Nesvik Director of Wyoming Fish and Game as President. Brian served two terms as WAFWA Vice President and a member of the Executive Committee for two years prior to stepping up to the President’s role.
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A Step Forward with Migration Corridors

Posted by WAFWA on November 15, 2023
We are proud to announce that WAFWA has partnered with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to continue the efforts of western big game migration corridor conservation. RMEF will be investing $400,000 into this effort, and WAFWA will match those funds at least 3:1 resulting in $1.2 million in funds for…
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2023 WAFWA Award Recipients

Posted by WAFWA on November 3, 2023
WAFWA honored conservation professionals during the award ceremony at the 2023 WAFWA Summer Conference.
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Enrollment Opportunity for Private Landowners

Posted by WAFWA on August 17, 2023
Under WAFWA’s Oil & Gas CCAA for the lesser prairie chicken, new land enrollment is now being accepted into the conservation program.
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Request for Proposal – WNTI Coordinator

Posted by WAFWA on August 16, 2023
WAFWA is seeking a skilled independent contractor to lead the Western Native Trout Initiative (WNTI) and serve as the Program Coordinator.
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2023 Conservation Trailblazer

Posted by WAFWA on November 23, 2022
Congratulations to Jim Heffelfinger for being named Dallas Safari Club's 2023 recipient of the Conservation Trailblazer Award.
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Request for Proposals

Posted by WAFWA on October 19, 2022
The NFWF is soliciting proposals for projects that enhance and improve the quality of state-identified, or tribal-identified, priority big game habitat, stopover areas, and migration corridors
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WNTI restores Bonneville Cutthroat Trout habitat in the Bear River

Posted by WAFWA on September 9, 2022
Partnering with Resources Legacy Fund, WNTI has funded 20 restoration sites along the Bear River watershed that extends through Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming.
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