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Sources for Land Stewardship

Table 8 – Wyoming state and local sources for land stewardship.

State and Local Sources for Land Stewardship
NamePurposeLocationContact
SWAP (Wyoming State Wildlife Action Plan) A long-term strategy to maintain the health and diversity of Wyoming’s species of greatest conservation need and avoid the need for future listings under the Endangered Species Act.WyomingFor 2010 plan revisions see:
http://gf.state.wy.us/
SWAP2010/Plan/index.asp

For priority areas see:
http://gf.state.wy.us/habitat/
PriorityAreas/index.asp
Wyoming Game & Fish Habitat Extension and Grant Programs Programs designed for technical, educational, and financial assistance to improve wildlife habitat in Wyoming.Wyoming(307) 777-4600
http://gf.state.wy.us/admin/
briefs/brief_ habitatext.asp

Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative (WCLI)Partnership of state and federal resource management agencies in Wyoming that are collaborating to assess and improve habitat in southwest Wyoming. Southwest Wyoming (307) 352-0397 www.wlci.gov/index.html
Wyoming Partners for Fish and Wildlife State-level version of the USFWS Partners for Fish and Wildlife program. Offers financial and technical assistance based on six specific project criteria.Wyoming; Eight specific focus areas(307) 332-8719
www.fws.gov/mo
untain-prairie/pfw/wy/index.htm
Wyoming State Forestry Division of the state government administering State Trust Land Management and Assistance Forestry. Manages approximately 263,000 acres of forest land held by state trusts. Works to assist private landowners, communities, counties, fire districts, elected state leaders, and federal land management agencies. Wyoming(307) 777-7586
http://slf-web.state.wy.us/
forestry.aspx


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