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Partner Resources

WLFW  partner resources headerWhen groups work together, they achieve more. Partnerships are the bedrock of Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW). Through WLFW, NRCS collaborates with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and many other conservation partners, pooling resources and leveraging expertise, which results in world-class wildlife conservation. Because of partners banding together, many species have rebounded and recovered. Below are a number of resources aimed for NRCS partners in wildlife conservation.

NEW! ‘Healthy Sagebrush Communities’ Digital Poster

This new poster highlights the wildlife of the unique but imperiled sagebrush landscape as well as the steps ranchers are taking to restore and protect it. Download the poster. View the multimedia story.

Other Resources

  • Science to Solutions reports: This series of reports from NRCS, Sage Grouse Initiative and Lesser Prairie-Chicken Initiative shows the latest research applied to private lands conservation efforts. Visit the webpage.
  • Progress reports: Track WLFW’s efforts by species. Visit the webpage.
  • Wildlife conservation strategies: See how NRCS is investing resources by species. Visit the webpage.
  • 2016 WLFW National Landowner Forum Report: Read feedback from landowners and staff on success of program. Download the report.