Get Involved in Conservation
The Nebraska Game and Parks Foundation is an organization of Nebraskans for Nebraskans—focused on the future of parks, wildlife management and conservation in our state. Your tax-deductible contribution to the Foundation—in any amount—helps care for and preserve the outdoor resources that make Nebraska special.
Nebraska Natural Legacy Project
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The Nebraska Natural Legacy Project is part of a nationwide effort; all 50 states and US territories are simultaneously developing comprehensive wildlife conservation strategies. When these plans are completed in October 2005, it will mark the first time in our nation’s history that state wildlife agencies and the broader conservation community have collaborated to address the needs of declining wildlife.
Organizations/individuals involved: Ducks Unlimited,Calamus Outfitters, Farmers Union, Education Service Units, Fontenelle Forest, National Park Service, Natural Resource Conservation Service, Natural Resource Districts, Nebraska Alliance for Conservation and Environment Education, Nebraska Audubon, Nebraska Cattlemen, Nebraska Corn Growers, Nebraska Department of Agriculture, Nebraska Department of Education, Nebraska Environmental Trust, Nebraska Farm Bureau, Nebraska Forest Service, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, Nebraska Partnership for All-Bird Conservation, Nebraska State Museum, Nebraska Wildlife Federation, Pheasants Forever, Inc., Ponca Tribe of Nebraska, Private Landowners, Rainwater Basin Joint Venture of Nebraska, Sandhills Task Force, Santee Tribe, The Conservation Alliance of the Great Plains, The Nature Conservancy, University of Nebraska, US Fish and Wildlife Service, US Forest Service and Western Nebraska Resources Council.
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