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MISSION FUNDING: FY2020-21 Grant-in-Aid Projects
WSF remains laser-focused on our mission, maintaining or increasing wild sheep numbers while improving habitat and herd health.
For our 2020-2021 fiscal year, our biologist staff and volunteer conservation experts have evaluated and prioritized twenty-nine different boots-on-the-ground projects to fund. Each was selected to ensure measurable and tangible results for our priorities to enhance wild sheep habitat and restore wild sheep into those habitats.
Montana Wild Sheep Restoration Progressing
The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) today announced a historic day for wild sheep in Montana. Two new trap and transplant projects were approved by Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks (MTFWP), as well as a conservation easement agreement in prime bighorn sheep habitat.
President Trump Signs the Great American Outdoors Act into Law
The Conservation Community had a good day today, one that will go down as one of the most significant achievements in history for the enhancement and maintenance of our network of federal public lands, and the wild natural resources living there.
“Conservation means development as much as it does protection.” Theodore Roosevelt
WSF applauds all our conservation brothers and sisters who worked tirelessly for years to get this deal done.
Here’s a snapshot of what the Great American Outdoors Act will do: