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Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) was initiated in 2012 and there are eight nationally-identified target species. In 2016 a Request for Proposals was circulated to the NRCS State Offices whereby they could work with local partners to identify additional species for state-run WLFW 2.0 partnership efforts. In response to this RFP, 12 additional species and habitat efforts were approved to launch in 2017, and another 4 in 2018. This portal workspace will initially service the eastern, south and mid-western target species (9). The habitat needs of these species are representative of healthy, functioning ecosystems where conservation efforts benefit a much broader suite of species. For more information on the Natural Resources Conservation Service and Working Lands for Wildlife partnerships, use this link to the agency's national website https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/detailfull/national/programs/?cid=stelprdb1046975.

Maps indicate the geographic extent of each of the national and state-run conservation efforts. Click each map to expand it. Use your browser's back arrow to return to this page.

WLFW Target Species and Projects MapWLFW New 2018 Projects Map

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Target species include:

National Projects

State Run Projects

  • Conasauga River
  • Shorebirds of Louisiana Wetlands
  • Yazoo Darter