Saving Species on Private Lands: Unlocking Incentives to Conserve Wildlife and Their Habitats was recently recognized by the Eric Hoffer Award. The book was named the winner of the Business category and a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award’s Grand Prize and for the Montaigne Medal, which is awarded to the most thought-provoking book. Read more.
Saving Species on Private Lands: Unlocking Incentives to Conserve Wildlife and Their Habitats was recently recognized by the Independent Press Award. The book, which is a guide for private landowners who want to conserve fish and wildlife on their lands, was named the 2021 winner of the Conservation/Green category. Read more.
Saving Species on Private Lands: Unlocking Incentives to Conserve Wildlife and Their Habitats was recently named a 2020 Next Generation Indie Book Award winner by the Independent Book Publishing Professionals Group, taking home a win in the E-Book (Non Fiction) category and named a finalist for best book in the Nature/Environment category. Read more.
Saving Species on Private Lands
Are you looking to conserve wildlife and fish on your private property? If so, Saving Species on Private Lands provides you with a roadmap to achieve conservation that is compatible with your financial and personal goals.
Who needs Saving Species on Private Lands? This book is for anyone interested in private land conservation, specifically species conservation and habitat conservation. Whether involved in farming, ranching, forestry, mining, energy development or other businesses, this book is for you as it showcases the conservation legacy and potential of America’s private lands. It provides a comprehensive look at the laws and regulations associated with wildlife conservation, and gives readers instruction and tools on how to best utilize conservation incentives, laws and policies to mutual advantage. Specifically, this book:
- Explains wildlife conservation on private lands.
- Demonstrates how to develop land management and habitat conservation plans for wildlife.
- Deciphers the Endangered Species Act and how private landowners can address it.
- Explains tools used by wildlife professionals to implement conservation on private lands.
- Documents federal, state, local and private opportunities for financial and technical assistance in wildlife protection and management.
The farmer, rancher and other working private landowners with dirt under their fingernails are closer to wildlife than anyone else in America. They know what species of wildlife they have on their land, their habitats, what they eat, what their breeding and life cycles are, their migratory patterns and the population living on their land. These are the frontline stewards of wildlife conservation, but too few listen to them or ask if they can answer their questions, provide useful information or help in any way. Based on more than 100 interviews across America, this book is the private landowners’ reference guide for their desk or pickup truck that addresses their spectrum of questions.
The only hope for successful conservation of America’s threatened, endangered and at-risk wildlife is through voluntary, cooperative partnerships that focus on private property, where more than 75 percent of at-risk species can be found. Private landowners form the bedrock of these partnerships, and they have a long history of rising to meet the challenge of conservation.
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