Actions table

Level ID Name Status Pagesort descending
Action 39. Continue the Healthy Lands Initiative Complete
Action 18. Evaluate and assess public safety risks and risk liability associated with shooting and hunting, commensurate and consistent with other public land recreational activities Complete
Action 37. Publish guidance to ensure federal agencies consider effects of climate change on wildlife, habitat and wildlife-dependent recreation Partially complete
Action 17. Draft model state legislation on liability for landowners who provide public access to their property Complete
Action 50. Improve cross-jurisdictional geo-spatial tools to support pre-planning decisions Complete
Action 27. Recommend new and better means of communicating with youth and minorities Partially complete
Action 22. Establish shooting ranges in urban areas as a part of urban centers for outdoor activities Partially complete
Action 43. Establish a formal working relationship between federal agencies and state wildlife managers Partially complete
Action 51 Incorporate state and regional wildlife plans into federal land use planning Partially complete
Initiative Initiative 1 Sporting Conservation Council BLANK 1
Sub-action 4.2 Consider how receipts could be directed to a non-federal account where they would be leveraged by nonfederal funding and obligated to a prioritized list of projects chosen based on their CRBI score Incomplete 10
Sub-action 4.3 Establish priorities for acquisition that would include purchase of title and/or easements on lands Incomplete 10
Sub-action 4.1 Develop a Conservation and Recreation Benefits Index (CRBI) Incomplete 10
Action 6. Establish the Impact Directed Environmental Account (IDEA). Complete 10
Action 5. Draft and enact an Upland Conservation Act. Partially complete 10
Action 8. Establish a Blue Ribbon panel of experts on wildlife funding Incomplete 11
Sub-action 7.3 Consider including or excluding categories of wildlife dependent recreation and associated equipment Incomplete 11
Sub-action 8.1 Establish and dedicate funding for implementing State Wildlife Action Plans Complete 11
Sub-action 9.1 Create a new partnership between state and federal agencies, equipment manufacturers and retailers to collect manufacturers’ rebates as funding for wildlife habitat and enhanced outdoor recreation Incomplete 11
Sub-action 9.2 Expand the allowable uses of State Wildlife Grants and new grant programs to include communication and education projects and programs Incomplete 11
Action 9. Recommend funding arrangements that pool federal, state, and private funds. Incomplete 11
Category III. Identify Potential Partnerships for Voluntary Funding for Conservation BLANK 11
Sub-action 7.5 Develop legislative recommendations to reduce the costs and administrative burdens on manufacturers subject to the FET Complete 11
Action 10. Develop a model state ballot initiative to increase funding for wildlife. Incomplete 11
Sub-action 7.4 Educate consumers and the public about the categories currently subject to FET Partially complete 11
Sub-action 7.1 Seek information from Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Excise Tax working group Complete 11
Sub-action 7.2 Consider expanding or reducing the categories of hunting and fishing equipment currently subject to FET Incomplete 11
Action 7. Identify, in cooperation with state agencies, options for improving Federal Excise Taxes (FET). Partially complete 11
Initiative Initiative 3 Improving Wildlife Habitat Conservation BLANK 13
Sub-action 12.5 Provide incentives to maintain the continuity of large landscapes Incomplete 15
Sub-action 12.3 Review CRP rental rates on a more frequent basis Partially complete 15
Sub-action 11.3 Coordinate wildlife population and habitat modeling protocols Incomplete 15
Sub-action 12.2 Promote and support added incentives to programs Incomplete 15
Category I. Develop Baseline Data for Long-Term Goals and Measurable Results BLANK 15
Category II. Create Financial Incentives for Private Lands Conservation and Access BLANK 15
Sub-action 11.4 Develop, support, and advertise a web-based capability to help identify public lands available for hunting Partially complete 15
Sub-action 12.1 Increase rental payments to CRP enrollees who donate or sell hunting access easements on their CRP lands Incomplete 15
Sub-action 11.5 Review current predator control policies at the state level Incomplete 15
Action 11. Expand existing wildlife and habitat databases Incomplete 15
Action 12. Recommend updates to the timing and amount of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) payment rates Complete 15
Sub-action 11.2 Populate a standardized, web-based, one-stop-shop to disseminate population data Incomplete 15
Sub-action 11.1 Create measurable goals and outcomes for implementation of Executive Order 13443 Incomplete 15
Sub-action 12.4 Consider new incentives for keeping properties with the best wildlife habitat enrolled in the CRP program Incomplete 15
Sub-action 13.3 Coordinate a model National Grassland/Shrubland Restoration Act Incomplete 16
Action 14. Create new options for keeping family-owned private lands intact when inherited Partially complete 16
Sub-action 14.3 Consider exemptions and transferable credits that could be enacted in the years remaining before the inheritance tax expires Incomplete 16
Sub-action 14.1 Create programs that identify lands and important wildlife habitat that are at risk of fragmentation Incomplete 16
Sub-action 13.1 Develop common metrics and priorities for each state Partially complete 16
Sub-action 13.2 Develop a conservation funding source for a grassland conservation initiative Partially complete 16
Sub-action 14.2 Develop new incentives to maintain continuity of large landscapes Partially complete 16
Action 13. Create a grasslands conservation initiative Partially complete 16
Category III. Improve Habitat on Federal Land: Biofuels and Invasive Species BLANK 17
Action 16. Recommend improvements for controlling species that have detrimental impacts on hunting and fishing opportunities and targeted species Partially complete 17
Sub-action 15.3 Ensure that mechanisms that will ensure long-term provision of biomass from federal lands are in place Partially complete 17
Sub-action 15.5 Develop a national strategy for wind farm siting that will protect the grassland/shrubland steppe and associated wildlife Partially complete 17
Sub-action 16.1 Assess the extent and severity of habitat loss and degradation resulting from outbreaks of native pests, diseases, or invasive species encroachment Partially complete 17
Sub-action 15.4 Authorize federal agencies to retain receipts from the sale of woody biomass to provide priority funding toward habitat restoration in areas impacted by harvest Incomplete 17
Sub-action 15.2 Develop investment tax credits that encourage the development of improved technologies for utilizing woody biomass for cellulosic ethanol Partially complete 17
Sub-action 15.6 Create bond authority to facilitate the use of timber receipts for improved forest health Incomplete 17
Action 15. Recommend projects, initiatives and new or improved authorities to enhance wildlife habitat on federal lands by promoting biofuel production Partially complete 17
Sub-action 16.4 Draft recommendations for addressing the threats identified Incomplete 17
Sub-action 16.2 Assess the existing infrastructure and capacity to combat the most prevalent threats Partially complete 17
Sub-action 15.1 Initiate a biofuels initiative to reduce risks of catastrophic wildfire causing habitat loss Partially complete 17
Sub-action 16.5 Target specific conservation education programs for urban landowners and ranchette owners Incomplete 17
Sub-action 16.3 Identify the issues most relevant to hunting access and game species conservation Incomplete 17
Action 19. Integrate conservation and hunting opportunities into the next Transportation Bill Incomplete 19
Initiative Initiative 4 Expanding Access to Public and Private Lands BLANK 19
Category II. Expand Wildlife-Dependent Recreational Opportunities on Federal Land BLANK 19
Sub-action 19.1 Establish a Federal Open Trails public land access program with federal, state, private, tribal, conservation organizations, and landowner partners Incomplete 19
Category I. Reduce Liability for Access to Private Land BLANK 19
Sub-action 20.3 Establish a map page that will allow users to identify opportunities to hunt on public lands Incomplete 20
Sub-action 20.1 Create uses of advertising profits from websites Incomplete 20
Sub-action 20.2 Offer a “vertical” search engine with information regarding structured hunting programs Incomplete 20
Sub-action 19.2 Create a fund to assess current practices Incomplete 20
Action 20. Establish a one-stop-shop website of information on hunting on federal land Partially complete 20
Sub-action 21.2 Request an interagency data call for a compilation of opportunities to access adjacent public lands through lands they oversee Incomplete 21
Sub-action 21.1 Assess interagency opportunities for improving and enhancing hunting opportunities for the disabled Partially complete 21
Action 21. Recommend improved and enhanced access to public lands where hunting is allowed Partially complete 21
Sub-action 22.4 Explore shooting range and hunting opportunity potential assessed as part of the military Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process Incomplete 22
Sub-action 23.2 Communicate a consistent framework that will assess the impacts of project proposals on wildlife populations and hunting opportunities Partially complete 22
Action 23. Recommend and implement a training curriculum for federal employees on the history, ecology, and management of hunting on public land Complete 22
Sub-action 22.6 Facilitate an effective federal government-wide process to use non-federal funds for acquiring hunting and shooting access to federal lands Incomplete 22
Category III. Provide Specialized Training for Federal Employees BLANK 22
Sub-action 22.3 Expand and develop partnerships among federal agencies to determine accessible federal lands for hunting and recreational shooting Incomplete 22
Sub-action 23.1 Explain the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation and the American system of conservation funding Complete 22
Sub-action 22.5 Fund or implement programs resulting from the call for proposals improving federal land access Partially complete 22
Sub-action 22.1 Improve connectivity of school groups to the outdoors Partially complete 22
Sub-action 22.2 Develop a model “hunting easement” similar to a conservation easement for use in providing or protecting hunting opportunities Incomplete 22
Action 25. Teach best practices for hunting programs in formal training for federal land Managers Partially complete 23
Sub-action 23.4 Establish more scholarships and stipends from private entities to bring new people, youth, and minorities to outdoor/hunting/wildlife conferences Incomplete 23
Sub-action 23.3 Market strategies to better communicate the availability of existing programs designed to provide educational outreach and technical assistance for private landowners. Incomplete 23
Action 24. Require all federal land management supervisory personnel to complete a state-sanctioned hunter education course, or an equivalent program Incomplete 23
Initiative Initiative 5 Educating, Recruiting, and Retaining Hunters BLANK 25
Sub-action 26.2 Develop a Wounded Warrior Hunting and Fishing Program Complete 28
Sub-action 26.1 Identify opportunities to expand and enhance hunting on DOD bases Partially complete 28
Category I. Promote Hunting Among Various Demographic Groups BLANK 28
Sub-action 26.3 Expand opportunities for disabled veterans to hunt on federal land Partially complete 28
Action 26. Waive or discount entrance fees for federal hunting lands for veterans and active duty military personnel Complete 28
Sub-action 28.2 Create a national coalition consisting of NGOs, industry, state, and federal agencies Complete 29
Sub-action 27.2 Use new technology to reach a new generation Complete 29
Action 28. Develop and fund a hunting access and conservation program within the Youth Conservation Corps Incomplete 29
Sub-action 27.8 Create and support an exchange program for federal and state employees to teach once a week or once a month in the local schools Incomplete 29
Sub-action 27.1 Engage Americorps volunteers to be mentors Incomplete 29
Sub-action 28.3 Create a national youth and minorities hunting coalition Incomplete 29
Sub-action 27.5 Establish a speakers’ bureau for school lectures and activities Incomplete 29
Sub-action 27.6 Develop an image for media use of a young or minority person that enjoys the outdoors Partially complete 29
Sub-action 27.3 Create electronic games that involve hunting and fishing, plant and animal identification, and promote nature acronyms for texting Partially complete 29
Sub-action 27.4 Promote geocaching for youth and minorities. Partially complete 29
Sub-action 27.7 Include a teacher or a teachers’ council to advise a hunting foundation Incomplete 29
Sub-action 28.1 Initiate a mentoring corps and engage former hunters Incomplete 29
Action 1. Pass legislation authorizing the Sporting Conservation Council Incomplete 3
Sub-action 1.4 Identify opportunities to promote cooperating agency status for state agencies Incomplete 3
Sub-action 1.1 Provide a ten-year term for the Council. Incomplete 3
Sub-action 1.2 Consider amending the Federal Advisory Committee Act to allow non-governmental, nonconsensus advice to federal land managers Complete 3
Category I. Legislation Regarding Sporting Conservation Council BLANK 3
Sub-action 1.3 Consider an exemption for information provided by landowners about species of concern under the Freedom of Information Act Incomplete 3
Sub-action 29.9 Achieve overall gains in career conservationists. Incomplete 30
Sub-action 29.12 Administer grants to state agencies for programs directed at generating youth and minorities involvement in hunting Incomplete 30
Sub-action 29.13 Report periodically on progress toward increasing recruitment and retention Partially complete 30
Sub-action 29.3 Seek other funds beside the Pittman-Robertson funds Complete 30
Sub-action 29.6 Provide family programs and teaching camps on a variety of outdoor and adventure activities Incomplete 30
Action 29. Commission a Presidential Hunting and Shooting Sports Partnership Council Complete 30
Category II. Promote Hunting Through Public-Private Partnerships BLANK 30
Sub-action 29.8 Develop ideas and mechanisms for capturing the imagination and interest of young and minority people and demographics Incomplete 30
Sub-action 29.1 Imitate the structure of the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation Complete 30
Sub-action 29.10 Promote the ten-year Recreational Hunting and Wildlife Conservation Plan and measure progress Partially complete 30
Sub-action 29.7 Engage energy companies on opportunities for youth and minorities hunts on company properties Incomplete 30
Sub-action 29.5 Place curricula on the role of hunting in conservation and wildlife management Incomplete 30
Sub-action 29.11 Provide funding incentives to states that have effective programs in hunter recruitment and retention Incomplete 30
Sub-action 29.4 Promote hunting to young and minority people, the disadvantaged and handicapped through structured hunting, shooting mentoring, and education programs Partially complete 30
Sub-action 29.2 Focus on recruitment and retention of hunters and shooters Complete 30
Sub-action 30.2 Involve the public in reviewing filming proposals Incomplete 31
Sub-action 31.3 Charge the Sporting Conservation Council with issuing annual recommendations for implementing Executive Order 13443 and this action plan Complete 31
Action 30. Issue new regulations to promote responsible filming and photography on public land Complete 31
Sub-action 30.3 Ensure that the media continues to have the ability to inform the public about public lands Complete 31
Action 31. Amend Executive Order 13443 to require specific performance, reporting, and updates to the Action Plan Partially complete 31
Sub-action 31.2 Incorporate opportunities for hunting and recreational shooting into public land management, planning, and decision-making Incomplete 31
Sub-action 31.1 Develop a requirement for relevant federal agencies to ensure that federal staff are hired, trained, and rewarded in a manner that promotes hunting and fishing Incomplete 31
Sub-action 30.1 Clarify how commercial crews can seek permission to film on public land Complete 31
Initiative Initiative 6 Coordinating Federal, State, Tribal, and International Action BLANK 33
Sub-action 32.5 Collect and update formal coordination agreements that should be established or updated Incomplete 34
Sub-action 32.6 Produce a detailed proposal for a Public Land Law Review Commission Incomplete 34
Sub-action 33.2 Agencies will work with states to assess the possibility of utilizing qualified volunteers to assist in culling operations Partially complete 34
Category II. Enact Improvements BLANK 34
Action 32. Produce and act on a rigorous assessment of existing authorities related to hunting and game conservation Incomplete 34
Sub-action 32.1 Convene an expert panel of natural resource management and legal professionals Incomplete 34
Action 33. Expand and enhance cross-boundary efforts to use hunting as a wildlife management tool Partially complete 34
Sub-action 32.3 Identify conflicting authorities and craft potential statutory and regulatory language to clarify and/or reconcile these conflicts Incomplete 34
Sub-action 32.2 Identify relevant authorities and craft a user-friendly compendium for use by relevant federal employees Incomplete 34
Sub-action 32.4 Develop a user-friendly compendium of relevant authorities that will be shared with federal employees and non-federal partners Incomplete 34
Category I. Assess Existing Lines of Coordination BLANK 34
Sub-action 33.1 Identify a population control issue Partially complete 34
Sub-action 34.7 Distribute drafts of model legislation that ensures wildlife species remain the jurisdiction and responsibility of states, provinces, and federal wildlife management agencies Incomplete 35
Sub-action 34.1 Improve the ability of states to match federal funds with a model state law creating new dedicated state funds Incomplete 35
Sub-action 34.3 Establish a formal, routine coordination and communication among federal, state, and tribal wildlife managers Partially complete 35
Sub-action 34.6 Promote federal legislation that clearly enhances the state fish and wildlife agencies’ role, their right and jurisdiction to manage wildlife Partially complete 35
Sub-action 34.5 Develop best management practices for hunting and wildlife conservation consistent across both state and federal agencies Incomplete 35
Sub-action 34.2 Complete an objective report on liability and other legal impediments to supervised participation in youth and minorities hunting Partially complete 35
Sub-action 34.4 Clarify and simplify state and federal regulations on hunting Partially complete 35
Action 35. Convene an International Congress on Wildlife Conservation among heads of state and their representatives Incomplete 35
Sub-action 33.3 Authorize the use of contraceptives only upon a joint conclusion that none of the above alternatives are available and/or adequate Partially complete 35
Action 34. Recommend improvements and enhancements to state-federal coordination on wildlife conservation and hunting opportunities Partially complete 35
Initiative Initiative 7 Understanding Climate Change and Wildlife Effects BLANK 37
Action 36. Establish an advisory relationship among federal land management agencies, state agencies and conservation organizations on climate change Incomplete 38
Sub-action 36.1 Assess the potential of forests and wetlands on federal lands to sequester carbon biologically Partially complete 38
Sub-action 36.2 Identify the programs and/or authorities necessary to create an insurance pool against carbon loss during sequestration contracts Incomplete 38
Sub-action 36.3 Work with private sector partners to determine whether a market would exist for the proposed insurance pool Partially complete 38
Sub-action 36.6 Incorporate carbon exchange rates in creating incentives for landowners to conserve habitats Partially complete 38
Sub-action 36.4 Develop mechanisms that would enable receipts from private sector insurance payments to be retained for improving or expanding wildlife species habitat Incomplete 38
Sub-action 36.5 Direct revenue from future climate change initiatives such as “cap and trade” to wildlife, habitat, and conservation education Partially complete 38
Category I. Establish Lines of Communication BLANK 38
Category II. Improve Data and Policy BLANK 39
Sub-action 38.3 Use expanded research partnerships with natural resource agencies to assist in the design, construction, and implementation of adaptation strategies Incomplete 39
Sub-action 38.5 Include state, university, and tribal partnerships in determining effects of climate change on at risk wildlife Complete 39
Sub-action 38.1 Ensure that CCSP and other available data are made available for inclusion into the various agency management planning and decision-making processes Incomplete 39
Sub-action 38.2 Develop models and forecasts that will relate climate-related changes to biological responses of at risk game species, populations, and habitats Partially complete 39
Sub-action 38.6 Develop monitoring programs by federal biological research and management agencies for incorporating climate change effects on at risk game species, populations, and habitat Partially complete 39
Action 38. Refine CCSP data to describe climate effects on wildlife populations and habitats Partially complete 39
Sub-action 38.4 Analyze species requirements and habitat dependencies in relation to projections for climate change effects and impacts Partially complete 39
Initiative Initiative 8 Conserving Wildlife and Developing Oil and Gas on Public Land BLANK 41
Sub-action 41.2 Direct existing planning policy to reinforce the desirability of having all interested state and tribal governments involved in plan development Incomplete 43
Category I. Develop and Use Landscape-Level Assessments of Wildlife BLANK 43
Action 41. Establish specific game and wildlife population and habitat goals and objectives for oil and gas development projects Incomplete 43
Sub-action 41.4 Require consideration of state/tribal established fish and wildlife habitat/population goals and objectives in formal planning processes Incomplete 43
Sub-action 40.1 Include statewide mapping efforts to identify areas of high importance to wildlife habitat in pre-lease planning Complete 43
Sub-action 40.2 Use the USGS Healthy Lands Initiative geospatial framework to assess the health of habitats and their resources and monitor changes in landscapes Partially complete 43
Sub-action 39.2 Consider other landscape-scale initiatives in new project areas Complete 43
Sub-action 40.3 Use the USGS estimates of the oil and gas resources of all onshore federal lands to identify areas of imminent conflict Partially complete 43
Sub-action 39.1 Seek full funding for the Healthy Lands Initiative Complete 43
Sub-action 41.1 Issue a joint Secretarial Order to form a team whose goal is to assess landscape-level assessment units on all federal, state, and local units Incomplete 43
Sub-action 41.3 Conduct pre-development assessments prioritized by energy potential Partially complete 43
Action 40. Publish standards and protocols for on-site and off-site considerations for oil and gas development and impacts for wildlife Partially complete 43
Category II. Improve Collaboration on Project Design BLANK 43
Sub-action 42.1 Establish agreement between states and federal agencies to share uniform mapping information on wildlife migration corridors Complete 44
Action 42. Produce a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between federal agencies and western governors Complete 44
Action 46. Reissue policy guidance contained in IM 2004-110 Change 1 Complete 44
Action 44. Authorize a program to formalize the BLM Pilot Oil and Gas Offices that were established by the Energy Policy Act, 2005 Incomplete 44
Category III. Formalize Wildlife Expertise in Leasing BLANK 44
Sub-action 41.5 Require annual coordination and map sharing between state and federal agencies Partially complete 44
Sub-action 43.1 Discuss specifics involving the AFWA and its Energy and Wildlife Policy Committee to determine needs and opportunities to refine EPACT 2005 Incomplete 44
Sub-action 42.2 Seek opportunities to work with land trusts and NGOs for conserving wildlife corridors Complete 44
Action 45. Collaborate with industry and wildlife biologists on updating best management practices as new technologies are developed Partially complete 44
Sub-action 43.3 Support an Energy Wildlife policy workshop focused on seeking solutions and promoting joint understanding of process, policies, goals, and objectives Incomplete 44
Sub-action 41.6 Require annual federal agency consultation with state agencies to review new data prior to new leasing offerings and decisions to avoid or mitigate impacts to wildlife Incomplete 44
Sub-action 43.2 Establish and fund an energy liaison position among the BLM, USDA Forest Service, and AFWA Complete 44
Sub-action 42.3 Create incentives for federal land managers to partner on wildlife corridor conservation with private landowners and industry Incomplete 44
Sub-action 42.4 Establish and utilize mitigation accounts for funding for wildlife friendly fencing and conservation easements Incomplete 44
Sub-action 52.4 Develop year-round drilling proposals with industry in exchange for less surface impact through use of best management practices Partially complete 45
Action 47. Collaborate on development of pre-project conservation plans for sustaining wildlife in conjunction with landscape-scale assessments on energy development Partially complete 45
Sub-action 52.5 Enhance conservation in key areas using credits off-site Partially complete 45
Sub-action 52.6 Create a Conservation Challenge Fund for every acre disturbed Incomplete 45
Category IV. Create Incentives to Improve Wildlife Outcomes BLANK 45
Sub-action 52.2 Identify or support incentives for industry to avoid development in migration corridors and crucial habitats Partially complete 45
Sub-action 52.7 Educate oil and gas company staff on the benefits of wildlife conservation Partially complete 45
Sub-action 52.1 Investigate options for federal lease trades and buy-backs Partially complete 45
Action 49. Develop a national strategy for wind farm siting that coordinates with conservation goals for the grassland-shrubland steppe wildlife community Partially complete 45
Sub-action 52.3 Seek partnerships for increased donation of conservation easements and wildlife-friendly fencing Partially complete 45
Action 48. Ensure timely preparation of NEPA analyses Partially complete 45
Action 52. Recommend new incentives for identifying lease areas and using new technology Partially complete 45
Sub-action 53.3 Build upon and expand existing monitoring and data storage for adaptive management and development of best management practices Incomplete 46
Action 54. Identify opportunities for off-site conservation Partially complete 46
Category V. Establish a Monitoring Protocol for Adaptive Management BLANK 46
Sub-action 53.5 Apply a monitoring plan based on the protocol to each record of decision Incomplete 46
Sub-action 53.4 Establish panels to review data under OMB’s Data Quality Act guidelines and make recommendations on adaptive management. Incomplete 46
Sub-action 53.2 Include information on wildlife corridors and other particular habitat features Incomplete 46
Action 55. Recommend new policy to promote off-site conservation Partially complete 46
Sub-action 55.1 Establish clear authority by statute and have new regulations developed defining science experience based mitigation practices Partially complete 46
Sub-action 53.1 Conduct necessary budgetary analysis to consider using federal and state onshore oil and gas revenue to fund monitoring Incomplete 46
Sub-action 55.2 Clarify further implementation of off-site conservation strategies and practices to be accomplished Partially complete 46
Action 53. Publish a standardized, peer-reviewed, monitoring protocol to guide all land management and wildlife agencies and industries in adaptive management Incomplete 46
Category VI. Accomplish More Off-Site Conservation BLANK 46
Category VII. Optimize Funding for Federal Land Energy Programs BLANK 47
Sub-action 57.1 Collect a percentage of fees from drilling permits and allocate these funds for mitigation, monitoring, and conservation Incomplete 47
Action 56. Recommend optimal allocations of funding for operation, training, and cost recovery Incomplete 47
Action 57. Assess options for a Wildlife Mitigation/Habitat Enhancement Fund Incomplete 47
Sub-action 56.2 Ensure the maximum use of BLM training Partially complete 47
Action 58. Develop cellulosic energy crops Partially complete 47
Sub-action 57.3 Consider using federal and state on-shore oil and gas revenue to fund monitoring Partially complete 47
Sub-action 56.1 Complete an overall review of the BLM budget Partially complete 47
Sub-action 56.3 Develop proposed cost recovery authorities for the USDA Forest Service and BLM Partially complete 47
Sub-action 57.2 Share oil and gas revenues with the states to benefit displaced or affected wildlife Incomplete 47
Initiative Initiative 2 Increasing Public and Private Funding for Wildlife Conservation BLANK 5
Sub-action 2.6 Establish a more consistent approach to valuing land with tax breaks Partially complete 7
Sub-action 2.2 Expand AGI deductability for conservation easements Incomplete 7
Category I. Renew, Extend, and Create Tax Incentives for Conservation and Access BLANK 7
Sub-action 2.3 Classify hunting and fishing leases as working farms Incomplete 7
Sub-action 2.4 Increase the period for donations of access easements Incomplete 7
Sub-action 2.5 Change excise tax reports to quarterly Complete 7
Sub-action 2.1 Authorize permanently the conservation tax incentives, enacted for two years in the 2008 Farm Bill Partially complete 7
Action 2. Draft and enact comprehensive tax incentives legislation Partially complete 7
Action 3. Recommend new programs and authorities to promote hunter access. Partially complete 8
Sub-action 3.2 Revive proposal for a 50 percent capital gains exclusion for conservation land sales Incomplete 8
Sub-action 3.1 Create a tax credit for fish and wildlife protections, restoration and enhancement and wildlife dependent recreation Incomplete 8
Category II. Increase Federal Funding for State Conservation and Access Programs and Initiatives BLANK 8
Sub-action 3.9 Provide funding for the necessary infrastructure for enrollment in state access programs Partially complete 9
Action 4. Improve the Federal Land Transfer Facilitation Act (FLTFA). Incomplete 9
Sub-action 3.10 Establish formal arrangements with states and 501(c)3 organizations to fund public relations and marketing programs for hunting and fishing Partially complete 9
Sub-action 3.7 Encourage federal or state governments to purchase easements on lands needed to open wildlife corridors Partially complete 9
Sub-action 3.3 Provide federal funds to state-based programs that open private lands to hunters and anglers Partially complete 9
Sub-action 3.4 Authorize the use of non-federal funding to match federal funding for State Access Programs Complete 9
Sub-action 3.6 Provide federal technical assistance to states to expand and enhance private land conservation projects on lands enrolled in state access programs Incomplete 9
Sub-action 3.5 Increase structured hunting programs and recreational shooting opportunities Partially complete 9
Sub-action 3.8 Facilitate National Park Service (NPS) purchase of conservation and access easements from willing sellers Incomplete 9