WORKING LANDS FOR WILDLIFE. Working Lands for Wildlife. WLFW. Focal area by species. Focal Areas by Species. Nearly two thirds of all species federally listed as threatened or endangered exist on private land s. Through Working Lands for Wildlife —a
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Working Lands for Wildlife
Nearly two thirds of all species federallylisted as threatened or endangered existon private lands.
Through Working Lands for Wildlife —a
voluntary, incentive-based effort—the
Natural Resources Conservation Service
(NRCS) and its conservation partners will
provide landowners with technical and
financial assistance to:
certainty that conservation investments they make today help sustain their operations over the long term.
WLFW will assist landowners to voluntarily create, restore or enhance gopher tortoise habitat, and increase habitat connectivity which can contribute to the recovery of the tortoise throughout its entire range.