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  • Changes Ahead for 112th Congress

    The mid-term elections of November 2 coupled with retirements of long-term U.S. House of Representatives and Senate members will bring a very different look to the next Congress, reports the Wildlife Management Institute.  According to so-called “casua...
  • Halloween Sees Revisit of Prairie Ghost

    Just days before Hallow Eve last month, the University Press of Colorado released a new and improved version of the Wildlife Management Institute’s award-winning book Prairie Ghost: Pronghorn and Human Interaction in Early America.  First released in 2...
  • Voters Support Conservation

    Despite the political sea change that occurred during this month’s mid-term elections, voters supported ballot initiatives impacting conservation and hunting and fishing, reports the Wildlife Management Institute.  Nationwide, conservation initiatives ...
  • 75th N.A. Conference Transactions Available

    The Transactions of the 75th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference is now available in electronic .pdf format from the WMI Store.  The volume includes plenary keynote addresses by Steven Williams, Daniel Ashe and Curt Meine.  Also inc...
  • Iowa Voters Go Proactive for Funding Conservation

    On November 2, Iowa voters easily passed the Water and Land Legacy Amendment, to fund future conservation efforts in the state, according to the Wildlife Management Institute.  Sixty-two percent of the voters supported the proposal.  By state constituti...
  • Hunting and Shooting Sports Council Seeks CEO

    The Board of Directors of the Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports is actively searching for a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to coordinate and conduct the select advisory group’s business,  reports the Wildlife Management Institute....