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  • Woodcock Initiative and Its Partners Honored

    The Northern Forest Woodcock Initiative (NFWI) has been selected as a recipient of the 2008 Secretary of the Interior’s Cooperative Conservation Award, reports the Wildlife Management Institute. The NFWI was one of 21 award recipients for 2008 and was n...
  • Farm Bill Remains Mired

    The U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate continue to struggle to reach agreement on a new Farm Bill, reports the Wildlife Management Institute. The level of funding for a disaster package and the source of funds to replace revenues lost throu...
  • Worth Reading

    Four Against the Arctic is not Dave Roberts’ best work, but it certainly is worth reading. For one thing, the main plot is over in the first quarter of the work. The subplot, a plodding effort to confirm the plot, is what this book really is about. Find...
  • Free CWD Video Is Here and Now

    The Chronic Wasting Disease Alliance (CWDA) and American Outdoor Productions (AOP) have partnered to provide a free, on-line chronic wasting disease (CWD) education video, reports the Wildlife Management Institute. Titled "Shedding Light on CWD," the vide...
  • Gary T. Myers Receives WMI’s 2008 Grinnell Award

    One of the longest serving leaders of a state conservation organization in U.S. history, Gary T. Myers, was honored with the Wildlife Management Institute’s (WMI’s) 2008 George Bird Grinnell Memorial Award for Distinguished Service to Natural Resource...
  • Borderland Red Light Green Light

    In a move unprecedented in scale, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) received congressional authority to waive numerous cultural and environmental resource laws and regulations to facilitate construction of a 370-mile portion of fence along th...
  • Appalachian Timberdoodle Initiative Gets Busy

    At a meeting in West Virginia's Canaan Valley, the Appalachian Mountain Woodcock Initiative (AMWI) was launched in early April. The objective of AMWI is to halt the decline of American woodcock populations in the Appalachian Mountain region. Meeting parti...
  • Bob Carmichael Receives WMI 2008 Presidents Award

    During the 73rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, held last month in Phoenix, Arizona, Wildlife Management Institute (WMI) President Steve Williams announced that Bob Carmichael was the recipient of WMI’s 2008 Presidents Award. O...