In the broadest sense, natural resources conservation refers to a wide range of activities designed to protect wildlife, restore habitats, reduce use of limited resources or encourage recycling of consumer waste, among others. For the purposes of this study, however, “natural resource conservation” refers specifically to steps intended to support the protection or management of native fish and wildlife species and/or land and water acquisitions to protect their habitats. Check out our NFWF Conservation Economy Report to find out more.
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