America's Wildlife Heritage Act

America's Wildlife Heritage Act brings a balanced, common-sense approach to fish and wildlife management to the National Forest and National Public Lands Systems. The bill provides federal land managers with sound, science-based tools for conserving fish and wildlife on our prized public lands - tools that will help us secure America's fish and wildlife heritage for future generations.

America's Wildlife Heritage Act Introduced

June 10, 2009 – Representatives Ron Kind and Walter Jones introduced the America's Wildlife Heritage Act, H.R. 2807, into the U.S. House of Representatives! The Your Lands Your Wildlife Campaign would like to thank Congressmen Kind and Jones for their continued leadership in protecting fish, wildlife and wild places.

Text of America's Wildlife Heritage Act
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The time is right for a balanced shift in federal fish and wildlife policy, one that ensures permanent protections for your lands, and your wildlife.

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