Comprehensive Conservation Plan
Refuge management plans are called “comprehensive conservation plans” (CCPs).
Selawik National Wildlife Refuge's updated comprehensive plan was completed in 2011 after three years of effort. The purpose of a comprehensive plan is to specify management direction for the refuge for the next 15 years. The refuge’s goals, objectives, and strategies—including upcoming research projects, partnership opportunities, and management actions – are described in the plan. The plan is also a good source of background information on the refuge’s physical and biological resources, geography, history, economy, culture, and public uses. Use the following links to download and view a summary of the plan or the full plan document.