State Wildlife Action Plan Revisions - Mary Pfaffko

Report
AFWA 2014
state wildlife action plans
STATE WILDLIFE ACTION PLANS
Eight required elements
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Species of Greatest Conservation Need
Priority habitat locations & condition
Threats
Conservation actions
Monitor species & effectiveness
Review
Partnerships
Public input
AFWA 2014
TEAMING WITH WILDLIFE
Approved revised SWAPS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Wyoming
Kentucky
Nebraska
Arizona
Nevada
Florida
Texas
AFWA 2014
TEAMING WITH WILDLIFE
IL 08/30/2015
Expected SWAP Submission Dates
OH 12/01/2014
ME
8/14/2015
MA 12/31/2014
MO 07/01/2015
RI 04/01/2015
CT 04/30/2015
MI
06/1/2015
IN 03/31/2014
IA 06/30/2015
NY 03/31/2015
NJ 09/01/2015
DC 09/15/2015
DE, WI, VT, WV, MN, NH, MD, PA 09/30/2015
AFWA 2014
STATE WILDLIFE ACTION PLAN WORKSHOP
July 14-16, 2014
Hyatt Regency at the Arch
St Louis, Missouri
Invitees
• State Wildlife Action Plan Coordinators
• State, federal & private partners
AFWA 2014
STATE WILDLIFE ACTION PLAN WORKSHOP
Interactive Agenda
•
Facilitated discussions
• How do SWAPs inform plans of other agencies/orgs?
• How to build effective partnerships
• Implementing Landscape Level Conservation
•
Conservation Café
•
Regional breakfast
AFWA 2014
State Wildlife Action Plan Revision
Webinar Series
Webinar Series on
State Wildlife Action Plan
Revision
Goal: 56 approvable State Wildlife
Action Plan revisions submitted by
the deadline, September 30, 2015.
When:
Monthly through 2015
Thursdays 1:00-2:30pm Eastern
For more information, contact:
Mary Pfaffko,
[email protected]
This webinar series partially funded
by the Doris Duke Charitable
Foundation
AFWA 2014
Coordinating State Forest Action Plans & State Wildlife Action Plans
Thursday, July 31, 2014
1:00-2:30pm eastern
Agenda:
Overview of SWAPs & revision timeline (Mary Pfaffko, AFWA)
Overview of the Forest Action Plans (Sherri Wormstead, USFS)
Case Study—Georgia (Jon Ambrose, GA DNR and James Johnson, GA Forestry Commission)
Case Study—Missouri (Jennifer Battson & Lisa Allen, MO Dept of Conservation)
Case Study—Idaho (Rita Dixon, ID Fish & Game and Dave Stephenson, ID Dept of Lands)
To Join:
http://mat.adobeconnect.com/swapjul31/
(Sign in as a guest & type in your full name to be accepted)
Dial-in Number: 712-432-1500
Access Code: 882578#
*Limited to 100 participants. First come, first serve.
Webinar Series on State Wildlife Action Plan Revision
Monthly on Thursdays
1:00-2:30pm eastern
Jun 19th: Best Practices for Prioritizing Species & Conservation Actions
Jul 31st: Coordinating State Forest Action Plans & State Wildlife Action Plans
Aug 21st: Tools for Prioritizing Birds Species & Habitat
Sep 18th: Implementing State Wildlife Action Plans on military installations
Oct 18th: Coordinating Farm Bill conservation programs and SWAPs
Nov 20th: Effective Public Involvement
STATE WILDLIFE ACTION PLANS
Mary Pfaffko
[email protected]
202-624-5429
State Wildlife Action Plan Coordinators
http://www.teaming.com/state-wildlife-action-plans-swaps
AFWA 2014

similar documents