The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act is a bipartisan act to provide $1.3 billion per year from existing federal revenue to fund state-based conservation on public and private land throughout the nation. This is an unprecedented opportunity to sustain the benefits of our natural world – water quality, plant pollination by insects, food production, air quality and our booming outdoor recreation industry.
Arkansas will be eligible for more than $15 million per year for:
- Habitat restoration to benefit game and non-game fish and wildlife;
- Proactive conservation efforts to prevent species from becoming threatened and endangered, and
- Wildlife conservation education and wildlife-associated recreation.