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The National Wildlife Refuge System is the world's largest collection of public lands and waters dedicated to wildlife conservation, and it continues to grow in size. The Service develops Land Protection Plans (LPP) to fully evaluate the establishment of new refuges and major expansions to existing refuges. This collection includes LPPs for many national wildlife refuges.
This library includes information on funding for State Wildlife Grants (SWG) program administered by the Service's Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program. Established in 2000, State Wildlife Grants provide money to states, territories, commonwealths, and D.C. to address wildlife conservation needs such as research, surveys and species and habitat management. Projects focus on wildlife species of greatest conservation need identified in State Wildlife Action Plans.