Lesli Allison writes in The Hill about an agreement to conserve wildlife in Wyoming.
- Last week the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the state of Wyoming reached an agreement to protect Wyoming’s wildlife.
- Specifically the USDA will work with local landowners to conserve populations of bison, elk, wolves, and other species as they migrate during the winter months.
- This agreement is important as it will increase conservation efforts by empowering property owners rather than forcing them to adapt new practices via regulations.
“The future of conservation will inevitably center on private and working lands, which are essential to the survival of both people and wildlife. Success will depend on the kind of cooperation and win-win solutions shown by the agreement between USDA and Wyoming this week.”
Read the full article here.