Seeds of Resilience: Safeguarding Wildlife and Habitat from Climate Change through the Farm Bill Conservation Programs

Seeds of Resilience: Safeguarding Wildlife and Habitat from Climate Change through the Farm Bill Conservation Programs

This report examines opportunities to use Farm Bill conservation programs to enhance wildlife habitat in order to reduce climate change impacts to wildlife.

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