Many of us already are aware of how strongly the health of threatened and endangered species is linked to our own well-being. Clean air and water, recreational activities, and livelihoods are dependent on habitats that sustain these species. So how can we ensure a healthy future for our community and protect treasured landscapes for future generations?
The task may be large, but it is a shared responsibility, as the fish, wildlife and plants across America belong to everyone.
We have a number of creative tools for actively engage states and landowners to find improved and innovative ways to conserve and recover threatened and endangered species in cost-effective ways.
What is an example of one of those tools?