Wildlife & wild places

Taking advantage of federal funding for conservation and wildlife protection

5:00 - 5:30pm EST

Zoom Webinar

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Congress established the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) in1964 to protect natural areas, water resources, cultural heritage, and recreation opportunities for all Americans. In 2020, congress passed the bipartisan Great American Outdoors Act, which permanently provided annual funding of $900 million, available to states, municipalities, and Tribes. This webinar will cover how to take full advantage of these and other federal funds available to protect wildlife and special places, and what you can do to help your own state access more resources for conservation.

We’ll get started at 5pm ET (4pm CT, 3pm MT, 2pm PT, 1pm AK) on November 14th.

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Mature forests are on the chopping block. With your support, we can stand up for the trees. We’ve set a goal of raising $40,000. Will you donate today?