Two Decades, 1.6 Million Acres: West Fork Grazing Permit Agreement Showcases Opportunity to Support At-Risk Wildlife
National Wildlife Federation drives impact across the West with innovative, market-based program.
“As impressive as 1.6 million acres is, the Wildlife Conflict Resolution program is just getting started, and we are poised to double the amount of acreage in the next five years,” said Bob McCready, Wildlife Conflict Resolution Program Manager with the National Wildlife Federation.
About the Program
We believe that our model can turn opponents into partners and provide a win-win solution for ranchers and wildlife.
Where We Work
The location of allotments retired are carefully selected to help both conservation and ranching flourish. Explore maps of our retirements.
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