The American Wildlife Conservation Partners (AWCP) has released the latest volume of their seminal publication, “Wildlife for the 21st Century.” Volume six is designed to help policymakers in the Executive as well as Congressional branches of the federal government make informed decisions regarding the implementation of science-based conservation of wildlife. This manuscript and the recommendations contained within are forward looking and sound recommendations.
From the AWFP press release:
Recommendations included in Wildlife for the 21st Century, Volume 6, focus on conservation practices of fish, wildlife and their habitats across the nation. The implementation of sound, science-based conservation is important for the future of wildlife, and guidance provided through the AWCP coalition will lead wildlife conservation in a pragmatic direction.
The Congressional Sportsmen Foundation under the leadership of Andy Treharne, Senior Director of Western States and Federal Policy, played an active role in the development of this volume. Mr. Treharne is also on the AWCP Steering Committee.
About the Publication:
Wildlife for the 21st Century publications are developed every four years to define the sporting community’s priorities for the upcoming presidential term. The recommendations provided by the AWCP in this publication will benefit the future generations of sportsmen and women by supplying professional and science-based conservation management recommendations, showcasing initiatives that will increase hunting and recreational shooting participation for the future, and providing overall guidance that highlights the needs of the sporting-conservation community to ensure our heritage remains for years to come.
You can find a copy of Wildlife for the 21st Century, Volume 6 HERE.