Habitat partnership program: "Local solutions to local problems"
Tucker, Pat, speaker
Morgan, Ken, moderator
International Wildlife Ranching Symposium, producer
The Habitat Partnership Program, since the early 1990's has been utilizing local committees to reduce wildlife conflicts, particularly those associated with forage and fences to assist the Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) in meeting game management goals. The program develops partnerships between landowners, land managers, sportsmen, the public and CPW. Local committees are made up from local representatives from the livestock and crop producer community, a sportsman representative, an employee from each of the following agencies; U.S Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and other local specialists. HPP is authorized by the Colorado State Legislature and the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission.
Presented at the 8th international congress for wildlife and livelihoods on private and communal lands: livestock, tourism, and spirit, that was held on September 7-12, 2014 in Estes Park, Colorado.
Wildlife management -- Congresses
Range management -- Congresses