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WAFWA Seeks Input on Strategies to Conserve the Sagebrush Country

Posted by WAFWA on June 30, 2020
The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA), with its conservation partners, invites those living, working or invested in the sagebrush ecosystem to participate in an online, on-demand workshop through July 27. Organizers goals are to identify innovative, voluntary and collaborative strategies that address sagebrush conservation challenges.  Sagebrush, a…
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ON THE HORIZON: Issue 23

Posted by WAFWA on June 16, 2020
Restoring burrowing owl habitat, similarities between COVID-19 and wild sheep disease pandemics, and the new WAFWACHAT.org. Find out about the latest efforts to conserve the lands, waters, and wildlife in the West.
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See you at the WAFWA Virtual Summer Meeting!

Posted by WAFWA on June 8, 2020
The WAFWA Virtual Summer Meeting will be July 8-10 and 13-14, 2020.  WAFWA’s Summer Meeting is going virtual this year and we have a meeting schedule that is chock full of new events and sessions as well as our traditional meetings to get WAFWA business done. This year, we will have a…
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ON THE HORIZON: Issue 22

Posted by WAFWA on April 1, 2020
A powerful new partnership for native trout, illegal turtle trade, and an update on the Lesser Prairie-Chicken program. Find out about the latest efforts to conserve the lands, waters, and wildlife in the West.
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ON THE HORIZON: Issue 21

Posted by WAFWA on February 1, 2020
New collaboration tools, sagebrush stakeholder meetings, and bighorn sheep transfer. Find out about the latest efforts to conserve the lands, waters and wildlife in the West.
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ON THE HORIZON: Issue 20

Posted by WAFWA on November 1, 2019
Protecting native fish, western Monarch butterflies & a WAFWA administrative update. Find out about the latest efforts to conserve the lands, waters and wildlife in the West.
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Grants Benefiting Native Trout Watersheds Awarded in Six Western States

Posted by WAFWA on September 16, 2019
The Western Native Trout Initiative (WTNI) is awarding more than $200,000 in grant funding for eight projects benefiting native trout species across the West.  The Western Native Trout Initiative (WTNI) is awarding more than $200,000 in grant funding for eight projects benefiting native trout species across the West.  The…
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ON THE HORIZON: August 2019, Issue 19

Posted by WAFWA on August 1, 2019
Western Native Trout Initiative (WTNI) receives $432K grant from the Resource Legacy Fund to further restoration projects in the Northwest and much more in this month's newsletter.
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