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Wyoming, Idaho, Colorado and Hawaii. Gov. Matt Mead spoke in Cody, Wyo., while Gov. C.L."Butch" Otter addressed attendees in Boise, Idaho. Gov. John Hickenlooper spoke at the Denver workshop, where he was joined by Gov. Mead. Gov. David Ige delivered a keynote at the final workshop in Honolulu, Hawaii. Find links to videos of all the speeches and panel discussion on the Chairman's Initiative Workshops page.Workshops played an integral role in the first year of the Western Governors' Species Conservation and ESA Initiative. Participants from across the region shared best practices and engaged in a robust conversation regarding species conservation and the ESA. Workshops were held in
WGA recently hosted the webinar Collaborative Species Conservation in the Southeastas part of its series for year two of the Species Conservation and ESA Initiative. The webinar examined the role of trust and communication in species conservation efforts and the collective work of state, federal and industry partners to ensure the conservation of numerous species endemic to the southeastern U.S. Watch this webinar and find all of the webinars for the Initiative by visiting our Webinars page.
Visit this page to find best practices in species management, success stories and other news about species conservation.
The work of the Sage Grouse Initiative, Sand County Foundation, Trout Unlimited, Washington State Salmon Recovery Board and Idaho Fish and Game are just some of examples you'll find.
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