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We need to invest in State Wildlife Action Plans to conserve wildlife and vital natural areas for future generations. Each state has developed a proactive Wildlife Action Plan to conserve wildlife before they become more rare and more costly to protect. Transitions: Benefits both humans and wildlife-Investment in future generations-Cost effective
An essential tool, this list of lists provides directory links for over 100 different kinds of groups that could strengthen your coalition.
Adapt this PowerPoint to present at meetings of prospective members or use it to get existing members excited about going out and gathering endorsements.
A tool for developing your Teaming With Wildlife coalition’s communications plan.
A comprehensive guide, developed from these case studies and the advice of many others.
A comprehensive guide to hosting a wildlife summit in your state.
Building on the success of our 2006 Campaign Plan, the 2007 plan outlines specific state and national goals for the coalition.
More tips and tricks for getting covered in print, broadcast and electronic media.
A guide to maximizing the effectiveness of your campaign’s media resources. Effective media outreach is essential to raising the visibility of the campaign in-state and in the conservation community.
Don’t think you have time to build a coalition? It doesn’t have to be a daunting challenge, just try these quick and easy approaches gleaned from successful coalitions around the nation!
The Teaming with Wildlife Campaign is an opportunity to secure interest from the media and to generate excitement among target audiences.
Simple tested bullets to keep you on message for the State Wildlife Grants Program.
The eight required elements of each state wildlife action plan.
Teaming With Wildlife remains committed to securing funding for wildlife related education and recreation as well as conservation.
The Act would provide $350M annually for six years through the Wildlife Conservation and Restoration Program to assist state fish and wildlife agencies with the conservation of at-risk fish and wildlife to prevent future endangered species listings.
This is the PowerPoint presentation given during the 2012 Teaming With Wildlife Coalition Building Webinar Series.
This is the exercise that we worked on during the 2012 Teaming With Wildlife webinar series to start developing a game plan for moving forward with building your coalition.
This was the presentation given on the 2012 Teaming With Wildlife Coalition Building webinar.
This presentation was given during the 2012 Teaming With Wildlife Coalition Building webinar.
The presentation for the second webinar on TWW Campaign Planning.
This is a template letter to send to prospective TWW coalition members asking them to join your state’s coalition.