State Wildlife Competitive Grants Program
by: Iola Bonggay
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service, otherwise referred to as FWS, is a federal government agency that is operating within the United States Department of the Interior.
The unrelenting efforts of the Fish and Wildlife Service are concentrated on overseeing the management of fish, wildlife, and habitats.
The agency makes it its mission to form partnerships with others in order to be able to work towards the conservation, protection, and improvement of the nation's fish, wildlife, and plant ecosystems, as well as their habitats for the continued benefits of the American people.
In line with this mission, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service has established the State and Wildlife Competitive Grants Program wherein they intend to implement State Wildlife Action Plans (SWAPs) as a way of addressing issues concerning Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN).
The program will work in a sense that it will support the implementation of State Wildlife Action Plans, and in response, the SWAPs will then work towards identifying species of greatest conservation need in individual states and the habitats that are essential in the process of their conservation.
State Wildlife Competitive Grants Program
About The Author
Iola Bonggay is an editor of TopGovernmentGrants.com one the the most comprehensive Websites offering information on government grants and federal government programs.
She also maintains Websites providing resources on environmental grants and grants for youth programs.
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