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About The WLFW Workspace

This portal will be used to support the work of the Natural Resources Conservation Service and its partners to benefit voluntary landscape conservation efforts for target species of the Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) partnership across the Eastern U.S. The portal contains: overviews for each WLFW target species effort - both national and WLFW 2.0 state-level partnerships; additional information for interested or participating private landowners; technical information and documents, online training materials and videos; and lastly, private workspaces for each partnership to share and edit draft documents, preliminary data, sensitive materials, and other information not intended for distribution.

The WLFW Conservation Model or Recipe for Sucess

  • Trust and Credibility: NRCS takes a community, grassroots approach to conservation that’s based on the principles of neighborliness.
  • Shared Vision: NRCS-recommended conservation practices benefit wildlife and agriculture. Meet some of the Habitat Heroes who have made wildlife-friendly improvements to working lands.
  • Strategic Approach: NRCS directs resources where the biological returns are the highest. See wildlife conservation strategies to learn more about where NRCS is targeting its efforts.
  • Accountability: NRCS and conservation partners use science to measure conservation effectiveness and quantify outcomes. See Science to Solutions reports for more information on the scientific backbone of WLFW and how species are responding to conservation; track WLFW’s efforts by species through wildlife progress reports.
  • Leverage: NRCS brings together partners to multiply investments to achieve more conservation.
  • Regulatory Predictability: Through WLFW, NRCS partners with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to provide predictability under the Endangered Species Act, providing peace of mind to participating landowners.

 

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