WORKING LANDS FOR WILDLIFE
Working Lands For Wildlife
A large and diverse number of partners and partnerships are collaborating to effect conservation across large working landscapes – balancing economic goals and ecological needs in rural communities. This portal will be used to support conservation of working landscapes, focusing largely on Farm Bill conservation programs managed by the Natural Resources Conservation Service and its Working Lands for Wildlife partnership. The portal supports technology transfer between NRCS-WLFW and its large spectrum of partners, including landowners. The workspace will allow back-and-forth sharing of learning materials, applied science, and field insights among professional biologists, foresters, and other experts and between professionals and the lay public. The strength of the Working Lands Workspace is creation of a platform that allows easy sharing of information, but we also support private workspaces for each partnership to share and edit draft documents, preliminary data, sensitive materials, and other information not intended for distribution.