Conservation

Wildlife conservation usually involves sensible and careful use of wildlife resources. Often we have only to enhance or improve existing wildlife habitat to increase its value to a wildlife enterprise, but if the habitat is severely degraded, then a rehabilitative or replacement approach may be necessary. If you are considering a wildlife-related enterprise for your farm, an initial inventory and assessment of existing wildlife and habitat is a good place to start.

Technical assistance is available for you through County, Wildlife, and Forestry Extension Services. And once you have established goals for managing your wildlife and habitat, an agent can also advise you on cost share, easement, and assistance programs to help you finance and plan your enterprise. Below are several links to specific information on the management and conservation of wildlife and habitat.

Cost Share Programs

State & Federal Agencies

Other University Sites

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Conservation Easements

UF/IFAS Publications

State & Federal Agencies

Organizations & Associations

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Conservation & Restoration Techniques

UF/IFAS Sites

UF/IFAS Publications

State & Federal Agencies

Other University Sites

Organizations & Associations

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UF/IFAS Sites
UF/IFAS Publications
State & Federal Agencies
Other University Sites
Organizations & Associations