23. - Recommend and implement a training curriculum for federal employees on the history, ecology, and management of hunting on public land

Text from the Recreational Hunting and Wildlife Conservation Plan, 2008, Page 22

Understanding the historic and current roles of hunting in wildlife conservation will help federal employees conduct hunting programs, fully consider hunting in conservation programs and activities, and communicate with hunters. The curriculum will:

  • Explain the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation and the American system of conservation funding.
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  • Communicate a consistent framework that will assess the impacts of project proposals on wildlife populations and hunting opportunities.
  • Market strategies to better communicate the availability of existing programs designed to provide educational outreach and technical assistance for private landowners.
  • Establish more scholarships and stipends from private entities to bring new people, youth, and minorities to outdoor/hunting/wildlife conferences.

Assessment of Status: Complete

The National Conservation Training Center (NCTC), in conjunction with Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow (CLfT) and the Conservation Leadership Institute, provides federal employees with a training curricula on the history, ecology and management of hunting on public land.

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