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Partnerships

for Landscape Conservation

Both Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge and Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge provide important habitat for pronghorn, sage-grouse, redband trout, and numerous other fish, wildlife, and plants. But these refuges are relatively small parts of a much larger supporting landscape. 

The larger landscape provides not only vital wildlife migration corridors and winter habitat, but also supports agriculture, tourism, recreation, transportation, energy development, and various other land uses.

The National Wildlife Refuge System is committed to building partnerships which encourage conservation and preservation to ensure the larger landscape remains healthy enough to support these various land uses and purposes, including the purposes for Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge. 

Scientifically-informed and technologically-based stewardship of our public lands, waters, wildlife and special places must be collaborative efforts between the Refuge System; other local, state, and tribal government agencies; and private landowners and organizations if conservation efforts are to succeed.

Last Updated: Dec 19, 2014
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