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The purpose of the Fish and Wildlife Relevancy Roadmap is to serve as a guide to help agencies and organizations enhance conservation through broader engagement. It fulfilled the second recommendation of the Blue Ribbon Panel on Sustaining America’s Diverse Fish and Wildlife Agencies. The Wildlife Management Institute received a grant through the Multistate Conservation Grant Program to assist state agencies who would like to begin putting the roadmap into action.
To learn more information about the Fish and Wildlife Relevancy Roadmap, go to Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies.
Many distinguished individuals were award recipients at the 2019 SEAFWA Annual Conference in Hilton Head, South Carolina.
Alvin Taylor awarded 2019 SEAFWA Watson Award.
Gary Norman awarded SEAFWA's 2019 Wildlife Biologist of the Year.
Todd Ewing named SEAFWA's 2019 Fisheries Biologist of the Year.
Cole Edwards named SEAFWA's 2019 Wildlife Officer of the Year.
Rhonda Hurst received the SEAFWA Special Award.
Daniel Griffith, Aquatic Education Coordinator, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation received SEAFWA’s Diversity Outreach and Education Award on behalf of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) has received the 2019 SEAFWA Workforce Diversity and Inclusion Award.
Paul Johansen, Chief, Wildlife Resources Section, West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, hosted the 2019 Spring Directors’ Meeting in Charleston, WV, April 3-5. Directors visited an elk restoration area where the habitat had been restored from mining operations. Mining operations are still active in the immediate vicinity of the elk restoration area.