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Statement On 2018 Farm Bill For Senate Committee on Agriculture

Today, The National Wildlife Federation, along with the Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma and other NWF affiliates, submitted a statement for the record for the Senate Committee on Agriculture’s Field Hearing on the upcoming Farm Bill.  “By investing more in the

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Important Public Input for Parks in Oklahoma

The following is from our friends at Oklahoma State University and the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department: Every five years the State of Oklahoma is required to develop a Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) to continue eligibility for certain federal

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Monarch Butterfly Designated Priority Species

In January, the monarch butterfly was designated by the Working Lands for Wildlife as a priority species in the United States. The species has seen a decline in population over the last two decades with a slight increase in population