The Challenges of Implementing Historic Conservation Funding on Private Land
Conservation dollars are here. Now the challenge is developing rules, developing relationships and partners, and getting work down on the ground with some pretty aggressive timelines for implementation.
The Natural Resource Funding Tsunami is Hitting Shore, Now What?
The federal funding environment for natural resource management has changed drastically over the last several years reaching a level that has been described as “generational."
Administration’s Fiscal Year 2024 Budget for Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program Released
The Administration has released its proposed Federal budget for Fiscal Year 2024. The budget includes $80 million for the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program a 33% increase over the budget enacted for the current year.
Getting Work Done at the Western Lands Partnership Forum in Nevada
A group of 80 plus landowners and collaborative partners gathered for the Western Lands Partnership Forum in early January in Las Vegas, Nevada. Partnerscapes and staff from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Partners for Fish and Wildlife program worked together to plan and deliver a unique forum.
Conservation Partnerships, Cooperation, and Collaboration Key for 2023
Federal funding for conservation, specifically under the headings of ecosystem restoration and climate, has truly reached “once-in-a-lifetime” levels with passage of huge pieces of funding legislation such as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) in the 117th Congress.
Arkansas Recognizes Private Landowners’ Contributions to Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships with private landowners are the bedrock of natural resource and wildlife conservation in the United States. Learn about the great partnerships that are happening in Arkansas.