Dr. Bruce Stein, Moderator
Dr. Mamie Parker
Commissioner, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources | Former Head of Fisheries, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service | Member, National Wildlife Federation Board of Directors
President & CEO
Associate Vice President for Policy & Government Affairs
One-third of all U.S. wildlife species are already imperiled or are vulnerable – and nearly one million species worldwide are at risk of extinction. But what can we do to reverse America's wildlife crisis? The Recovering America's Wildlife Act is the bipartisan solution we need.
For the past several years, the National Wildlife Federation, our millions of supporters, Tribes, and conservation partners around the country have been working to make this bold vision a reality. And now, thanks to this hard work and the bipartisan support of more than 200 members of Congress, the Recovering America's Wildlife Act is on the cusp of passage.
Join our esteemed group of panelists to learn more about the current status of the wildlife crisis, what this historic piece of legislation will mean for on-the-ground state and Tribal wildlife agencies, and what is needed from you to help make conservation history.
Recorded April 20, 2022.
As we “race to the floor,” the most important thing we can do is keep up the volume of support and interest for this bill. We are asking all of our supporters and friends to help us do this in the following ways:
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