ABOUT THE ROADMAP
The Fish and Wildlife Relevancy Roadmap will be a practical guide that state and provincial fish and wildlife conservation agencies can use to overcome barriers to broader relevance, public engagement and support. The roadmap will not be prescriptive. It will provide multiple pathways to respond to the diverse social, economic, demographic, political and environmental changes that states and provinces face. The Roadmap is being developed by a team of over 60 leaders from state, federal, provincial and private conservation organizations and others with an interest in conservation. The roadmap will be completed in time for the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Annual Meeting in September 2019 in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Relevancy Roadmap Resources
- Fish and Wildlife Relevancy Roadmap-Final Report (DEC 2019)
- AFWA Fish and Wildlife Relevancy Resolution (Adopted SEP 2019)
- Fish and Wildlife Relevancy Roadmap Fact Sheet (JAN 2020)
- Presentation on Fish and Wildlife Relevancy Roadmap (JAN 2020)
- Relevancy Roadmap Process Diagram with Team Members
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Resources on Fish and Wildlife Relevancy
- State Fish and Wildlife Agency Transformation: An annotated bibliography (July 2018)
- Governance Principles for Wildlife Conservation in the 21st Century
- America's Wildlife Values: The Social Context of Wildlife Management in the U.S.
- Nature of Americans Study
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