Where to focus fish and wildlife efforts across the next 25 years…
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) released, today, a draft strategic plan designed to help WDFW invest in connections with communities and partners to improve fish, wildlife and habitat outcomes. It’s a need that members of the Washington State Fish and Wildlife Commission and Director Kelly Susewind identified a year ago in light of Washington’s growing human population, a changing climate, and shifting public expectations.
Susewind is encouraging people to provide feedback, “Understanding how we can meet public expectations is a big part of whether we’re going to be successful stewards of fish, wildlife and the public’s trust. If we’re on the right or wrong track, we want to know.” More