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WLFW Programs and Partnerships Webinar Series
 
WLFW Programs and Partnerships Webinar Series
 
WLFW Programs and Partnerships Webinar Series- Session # 1 “What is Working Lands for Wildlife”
Session 13 of the WLFW East Region Conservation Webinar series was presented by Bridgett Costanzo, USDA’s Working Lands for Wildlife East Region Coordinator and Dr. Jess McGuire, PF/QF’s Working Lands for Wildlife Program Manager. This session focuses on what exactly is WLFW? This is the first session in the new mini-series “Programs and Partnerships.” Topics covered include the definition of WLFW, how it is funded, new frameworks to come, models showing the decision-making behind the frameworks, monitoring on WLFW projects, and a quick overview of the new app “Bobscapes.”
WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series
 
WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session # 10 How to Do a Pollinator Outreach Event
Session 10 of the WLFW East Region Pollinator Conservation Webinar series was presented by Catherine Beall, South Dakota’s Monarch and Pollinator Coordinating Wildlife Biologist. This session focuses on how to host a pollinator outreach event and is the first session on “pollinator outreach” in the series. Topics covered include the first steps to consider when organizing an event, assembling an agenda, how to advertise, how to prepare the week of the event, things to consider on the day of the event, and follow-up after the event.
SECAS Third Thursday Web Forum May 16th 10:00 am ET
Web Forum on Thursday: Understanding coastal wetland change from multiple perspectives.
SECAS April 2024 Newsletter
Logo sneak peek, Summit and Caribbean CoP reflections, Southeast CASC collaboration
OneUSDA Intranet
Your one-stop shop for USDA news and tools for work.
Translated Resources for Non-English Speaking Producers - Library on farmers.gov
This new page is searchable and can be filtered by language to better serve staff and producers alike. The library includes publications on conservation, disaster recovery, loans, and other topics, translated into 10 languages, with more to come. This library will grow quickly over the next few months as we begin stocking it with all the translated materials from each FPAC agency.
WLFW East Region Conservation Series May 9, 2024
Tune in Thursday, May 9th, at 11:30 am CST (12:30 PM EST) for our first webinar in the new mini-series, “Programs and Partnerships”! This week's topic will cover "What is Working Lands for Wildlife?" with speakers Bridgett Costanzo with USDA and Dr. Jess McGuire with Quail Forever.
Information about NRCS/FSA Programs
Documents about funding for conservation work through federal programs
How EQIP Works Understanding the Environmental Quality Incentives Program & Your Responsibilities
Factsheet on EQIP
WLFW West Newsletters
Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) is the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service’s premier approach for conserving America’s working lands to benefit people, wildlife and rural communities.
WLFW West Newsletter April 2024
A Wyoming Cheatgrass Success Story | New Sagebrush Songbird and Pronghorn Science
WLFW West Newsletters
 
Wildlife Management Institute Outdoor News Bulletin March 2024 | Volume 78, Issue 3
In this issue: Conservation Without Conflict Summit recap, evaluating wildlife councils, pollinator research, and more.
Wildlife Management Institute Outdoor News Bulletin
Monthly newsletter from the Wildlife Management Institute.
Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Newsletter
 
American Fisheries Society Newsletter
The American Fisheries Society (AFS) is the world’s oldest and largest organization dedicated to strengthening the fisheries profession, advancing fisheries science, and conserving fisheries resources.
National Association of State Foresters Weekly Newsletter
The NASF Washington Weekly Report is an e-newsletter that is distributed via email every Friday afternoon. The newsletter is a digest of the NASF Blog and contains brief items of interest to NASF constituents, including media coverage of congressional activities, forestry-related science and technology, and upcoming events.