Achieving successful conservation outcomes for mule deer often requires working closely with multiple stakeholders, including state and federal agencies, tribes, landowners, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Understanding how these different organizations operate and engage with each other to develop and implement cooperative habitat conservation projects is important for planning purposes. This Fact Sheet presents some practical administrative considerations for working with federal agencies and includes recommendations for aligning conservation priorities and funding with partners to further the success of mule deer and black-tailed deer habitat restoration projects on federal public lands.
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- Publication Date May 14, 2021
- Update Date December 22, 2021
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