State Wildlife Action Plans and Utilities: New Conservation Opportunities for America's Wildlife
State Wildlife Action Plans and Utilities: New Conservation Opportunities for America’s Wildlife examines utilities in three states that represent a diverse range of utility types and regulatory frameworks — New Jersey, Michigan, and Washington. It identifies a wide range of opportunities for utilities and state agencies to use wildlife action plans to inform policy, planning, and management decisions. This report also highlights the wide variety of activities that utilities are implementing to conserve wildlife on their lands and waters. Click here to listen to ELI Senior Attorney James McElfish discuss this topic in a radio interview with the Great Lakes Radio Consortium.