Work continues in year two of Western Governors’ Species Conservation and Endangered Species Act Initiative

The Western Governors’ Association has launched the second year of the Species Conservation and Endangered Species Act Initiative, the 2016 Chairman's Initiative of Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead.

During the coming year WGA will organize a series of work sessions and webinars that expand on the bipartisan dialogue of the Initiative’s first year. In addition, WGA encourages stakeholders from across the spectrum of this issue to offer recommendations to further refine key themes from year one.

WGA welcomes that input by use of a questionnaire, which covers topics presented in year-one workshop breakout sessions, panel discussions and questionnaire responses. You're encouraged to respond to questions in detail, adding supplemental attachments as necessary. Once complete, send the completed questionnaire to Zach Bodhane via email. (Note: Questionnaires will be used for WGA internal purposes only.)

Those with additional questions about year two of the Initiative may also email Zach Bodhane.

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