Recovering America's Wildlife Act
and its implications on Education

How does the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act support                                                                                                                           

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  • A portion of the funding through this legislation would provide the ability for the states to carry out the important community engagement and wildlife conservation education they need to do to help their constituents and stakeholders understand the importance of the work they do to protect and manage healthy fish and wildlife populations.
  • These wildlife conservation education programs and projects are designed to foster natural resource stewardship and help state agencies provide valuable outreach and education activities including, but not limited to:
    • Nature center programming for children and the public, educational displays, interpretive trails, community-based engagement and collaboration with a variety of stakeholders, including NGOs.
    • Programming for natural resource users to better understand the importance of conservation and the positive impacts of wildlife conservation and management to communities.
    • Interacting with wildlife-associated recreational users to minimize conflicts, provide conservation education and promote sound stewardship of our shared resources.

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