National Wildlife Federation


In coordination with federal land managers, NWF negotiates with livestock producers to retire livestock grazing allotments on public lands that experience chronic conflict with wildlife, especially wolves and grizzly bears. This market approach recognizes the economic value of livestock grazing permits and fairly compensates producers for retiring their leases. It also addresses the econoomic imbalance that exists because wildlife conservation interests are not allowed to compete with livestock producers for grazing leases on public lands.

Address
240 N. Higgins Avenue
Missoula, MT United States 59802
Directions
less than 100 feet from Missoula's main intersection, Broadway and Higgins
Phone
(406) 721-6705
(406) 541-6731

Website  nwf.org

Contacts


Kit Fischer
406-541-6731  Wildlife Conflict Resolution Program Manager, National Wildlife Federation

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  • Nonprofit

Posted 9/26/2005 1:32 PM
Updated   4/17/2019



 
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