This episode highlights the importance of policy action on natural resource and conservation issues and highlights some key pieces of conservation legislation. The American system of land and wildlife management is one built on, and for, public involvement. Learn about how these decisions are made and, most importantly, how to get involved.
Join us for Untamed Unfiltered to take a deeper look inside each episode with some of the Center's Untamed producers and special guests. In this episode, Amanda and Aaron sit down with Pedro Ramirez, retired Environmental Contaminants Specialist with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
Wildlife is a public resource -- read and learn more about the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation.
The first Earth Day was organized in 1970, and "gave a voice to emerging public consciousness about the state of our planet."
Learn more about the mission and work of the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources.
Get to know former Representative Bob Goodlatte, a politician, attorney, and lobbyist who served in the United States House of Representatives representing Virginia's 6th congressional district.
As discussed in Untamed Unfiltered, learn more about Oil and Gas in the National Wildlife Refuge System, the issue of Bird Mortality in Oil Field Wastewater Disposal Facilities, as well as the challenges for managers in Oil and Gas Wells and Pipelines on U.S. Wildlife Refuges.
Looking for ideas on how to incorporate the stories and lessons of Untamed into the classroom? Conservation and Public Policy In (About) 2 Minutes highlights the major concepts and ideas explored in this Untamed episode and is a quick resource for teachers who want to kick off a discussion.
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