“Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) is the overarching concept of how NRCS works with partners and private landowners to focus voluntary conservation of working landscapes using target species as the barometers for success.” ~ Jason Weller, NRCS Chief

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Beginning in FY 2017, NRCS is encouraging their state teams to identify new landscapes and focal species as future WLFW priorities.

Chief Jason Weller and National WLFW lead Galon Hall will host a teleconference at 2 p.m. EST next Monday, June 20 to learn more about this exciting opportunity and how to submit proposals for new landscapes/species (deadline for proposals is Aug. 31). Call-in: 877-369-5243; Password: 0575452#. 

WLFW Teleconference Fact Sheet