Introducing the National Wildlife Cooperative this week. This organization is dedicated to the sportsmen, landowners, conservation, and wildlife! Wildlife cooperatives have sprung up across this nation over the course of many years. These collaborations of landowners joining hands are positively impacting wildlife and habitat in a great way.
When we link arms with neighbors a vast amount of acreages can be improved. Neighboring landowners are like dominos, when one falls, the rest will follow suit. This does not happen without communication of goals and an openness to share your plans with others. Wildlife cooperatives range from several acres in size to 10s of thousands of acres. Properties don't have to be touching or contiguous to be a part of a cooperative. They simply need a willingness to work for the betterment of the land and wildlife.
We do ask you and anyone interested in joining or becoming apart of wildlife cooperatives to check out www.nationalwildlifecoop.com. If you have specific questions on how to start a wildlife cooperative, click here! This is your shot to leave your conservation mark in your neighborhood.
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