The Urban Wildlife Conservation Program: Looking Back, Moving Forward

Overview

The Urban Wildlife Conservation Program was launched in 2013 and formally established in Service policy in 2014. Simply stated, the policy tells us that all Service programs must 1) work to expand their efforts to increase the relevancy of conservation in urban areas, 2) create more opportunities for people in urban areas to engage in fish and wildlife conservation, and 3) establish methods for evaluating intended outcomes, and modify practices to ensure success. During this broadcast, Danielle Ross-Winslow, Delissa Padilla, and Angelina Yost will share notable successes and challenges encountered over the past five years, along with plans for using what they have learned to inform the UWCP’s path for the future.

  • Recorded December 4th, 2018
  • Duration: 57:59
  • Recorded as part of the Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Conservation Broadcast Series and as an Environmental Education (EE) Update

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