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  • Interior Department Tackles Midnight Regulations

    The Obama Administration is making changes to regulations finalized in the waning days of the Bush Administration, officially reinstating the Endangered Species Act (ESA) consultation process and formally reviewing a mountaintop-mining regulation, reports...
  • USDA Looks to Link Economic Markets with Ecological Systems

    As fiscal budgets for land and resource conservation are tightening, the USDA’s Office of Ecosystem Services and Markets (OESM) is gearing up to develop strategies that will increase and diversify funding sources for land management by linking economic ...
  • Door May Be Shut on Open Fields

    Funding for the Open Fields program authorized in the 2008 Farm Bill is proposed to be terminated in the administration’s fiscal year 2010 budget, according to the Wildlife Management Institute....
  • Vilsack Calls for Strategic Climate Vision

    Speaking during the March 18 Plenary Session of the 74th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack touted a plan to create both mitigation and adaptation strategies to address the impacts of climate cha...
  • Birds Get New Bill

    Legislation aimed at fostering new bird joint ventures and strengthening existing ventures has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives, reports the Wildlife Management Institute.  Congressman Frank Kratovil of Maryland introduced The Joint V...