New Magazine from USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service: Agriculture, Wildlife Both Thrive through Landscape Conservation


New Magazine: Agriculture, Wildlife Both Thrive through Landscape Conservation


From ranchers in the West to forest managers in the East, private landowners are voluntarily conserving habitat for wildlife, helping species rebound and recover. Read about these successes in our new Working Lands for Wildlife magazine.


 


Download the magazine.

The Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) partnership, led by USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), focuses conservation efforts on priority landscapes using target species as barometers of success. Since 2012, NRCS has worked with agricultural producers and conservation partners to conserve 6.7 million acres of wildlife habitat through WLFW. 


 


Learn more at nrcs.usda.gov/wildlife

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