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Through Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW), NRCS works with partners and private landowners to focus voluntary conservation on working landscapes. NRCS provides technical and financial assistance to agricultural producers, helping them plan and implement conservation practices that benefit target species and priority landscapes.

Conservation efforts on private lands are making a difference across the country, from the sagebrush country of the West to the forests of Appalachia and New England. For these stories and many more, download the agency’s WLFW magazine, A Partnership for Conserving Landscapes, Communities & Wildlife.

Some of our latest resources include:
  • WLFW Conservation Strategy for Golden-winged Warbler: This five-year game plan will guide efforts to enable forest landowners to manage for 15,000 acres of breeding habitat by the end of fiscal 2021. Download the strategy.
  • ‘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 posterView the multimedia story. offsite link image
  • #HabitatHero: John Hoover multimedia story: Meet John, a Pennsylvania forest landowner who is managing his forests for two at-risk birds, the golden-winged warbler and cerulean warbler. offsite link image View the multimedia story. offsite link image
  • #HabitatHero: Greg Peterson multimedia story: Meet Greg, a Colorado rancher who is managing native rangelands to benefit livestock and sage grouse. View the multimedia story. offsite link image

    Email updates: Subscribe to receive periodic email updates offsite link image on wildlife-related news.

Agricultural producers: To learn more about assistance available through WLFW, contact your local USDA service center. Additionally, information is available online for each of the WLFW species (project boundaries, key practices, etc.) as well as the steps to get started with NRCS.

Conservation partners: See Partner Resources to learn more about collaborating through WLFW.

Contacts: Galon Hall, (202) 690-2196; Tim Griffiths, (406) 587-6812; Bridgett Costanzo, (804) 287-1513; Justin Fritscher, (202) 720-5776.

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