Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow


Target Audience:

Current and future US Fish and Wildlife Service leaders and staff who are not familiar with the societal role, motivations, cultural underpinnings, and conservation impacts of hunting and to a lesser extent the consumptive uses of fishing and trapping. They should not have previously held a hunting license or should have minimal to no first-hand experiences hunting. This course is by nomination only.

Summary and Objectives:

Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow (CLfT) is a professional development workshop designed to provide natural resource professionals with an understanding of the role and impact consumptive use (hunting, fishing, trapping) has on wildlife and habitat conservation. CLfT consists of a 5-day program that blends interactive classroom discussion with field experiences. Workshop participants engage with leading natural resource professionals and conservationists in a highly interactive educational setting.

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For Registration Questions:

This course is by nomination only, please contact

Competency Addressed:

Outdoor Recreation - Intermediate, Technical Credibility - Basic, Natural Resource Management - Awareness, Sociology and Anthropology - Awareness, Policy Implementation - Awareness

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Training Tuition Cost
36.0 hours
Training Credit Hours
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