Grant: $117,000 - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Jul. 21, 2009
50% voted satisfied - 50% voted not satisfied - 2 vote(s) cast
Award Description: This Award (Cooperative Agreement) is being implemented in order for the Service and the Cooperator to work together on privately owned lands for the purpose of improving native short-grass sand scrub, sand dunes, and desert grassland habitats of southeastern New Mexico by fostering cooperative partnerships that meet the land stewardship goals of private landowners as well as the goal of conserving diminishing species and habitats. The goals of this cooperative agreement are to: 1) conserve and restore short- and midgrass sand scrub, sand dunes, desert grasslands; 2) improve the status of federally listed or candidate species (e.g., the lesser prairie-chicken (LPC) and dunes sagebrush lizard (DSL), at-risk species, and diminishing migratory and resident non-game species that depend on these vital habitats; and 3) reduce or remove the need for protection of these species and their habitats under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
Project Description: N/A Not Started
Jobs Summary: N/A Not Started (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Not Started
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