Over a Century of Conservation and Partnership: America’s National Wildlife Refuge System

Panel Discussion

The United States Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Wildlife Refuge System is the largest and most diverse network of conservation lands in the world, encompassing more than 850 million land and marine acres across dozens of unique habitat types. As the country’s only set of lands dedicated to the conservation and management of America’s native wildlife, these lands provide a diversity of opportunities to conserve at-risk species and manage native wildlife populations alongside multiuse principles. During this panel, we will explore the opportunities available to professionally engage with Refuge System activities, barriers to success in management and conservation activities on Refuge System lands, and conservation partnerships that serve as a model for effective conservation activities on these multiuse landscapes.
 
Supported By:The Wildlife Society’s Government Affairs Program
 

Panel Discussion
Location: Virtual Date: November 2, 2021 Time: 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm