Extension & Outreach


Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture (WFA) Extension provides links between information developed by sound research and citizens who use that information in wise management, utilization, and conservation of wildlife and fisheries resources. WFA Extension is comprised of 14 individuals who provide a diverse range of information to landowners, farmers, youth and the general public on topics ranging from conservation to land and water management for fish and wildlife habitats. In 2014, professionals in WFA extension produced 120 publications and curricula, developed and maintained 8 websites that were accessed in over 210,000 visits, and conducted over 40 workshops, educational field days, and conservation education programs that reached over 5,000 students, teachers, landowners, and citizens.




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