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USDA Conservation Programs: Stakeholder Views on Participation and Coordination to Benefit Threatened and Endangered Species and Their Habitats
Robin M. Nazzaro (au)
Authorization for several conservation programs admin. by the U.S. Dept. of Ag. (USDA) expires in 2007, raising questions about how these programs may be modified, incl. how they can better support conservation of threatened & endangered species. Private landowners receive funding under these programs to implement conservation projects directed at several resource concerns, incl. threatened & endangered species. This report discusses: stakeholder views on the incentives & disincentives to participating in USDA programs for the benefit of threatened & endangered species & their suggestions for addressing identified disincentives; & coordination efforts by USDA & the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to benefit threatened & endangered species. Ill.
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