Wildlife need strong Farm Bill Conservation Programs

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Farm Bill conservation programs are America’s largest source of funds to help farmers and ranchers adopt wildlife-friendly practices that protect our soil, water, and climate. In 2023, these USDA conservation programs applied to over 53 million acres of land. Conservation funding helps farmers, ranchers, foresters, and private landowners restore wetlands, grasslands, and woodlands, reduce their chemical use, and rebuild healthy soil.

Tell your members of Congress to protect climate-smart conservation funding in the Farm Bill. From the monarch butterfly and native bees to bobwhite quail, wild turkey, largemouth bass, and whitetail deer, a host of fish and wildlife in every state benefit from Farm Bill Conservation Programs and Inflation Reduction Act climate-smart conservation funding.

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