Each EQIP application must include a conservation plan, co-developed by the landowner and the NRCS conservationist
, spelling out the actions that will be taken to improve the natural resource condition being addressed and the timeline for doing so.
Footage of several terrified ornithologists being threatened by an irate poacher was also featured in the film, which was shown on Thursday evening and comes exactly a year after a brutal attack by poachers left several conservationists
injured in hospital.
Every workday, conservationists
service more than 5,000 conservation plans.
Such a task is so difficult to accomplish that conservationists
don't even make it a priority.
That's worth more than pounds 2,000 - but priceless to conservationists
This innovation could provide substantial advantages to companies interested not in window dressing but in the perspective a conservationist
voice can bring to corporate decisionmaking in an increasingly environment-oriented marketplace.
The paving may have to come up, a salutary lesson for the new conservationists
, but an indication of the new-found determination to save this unique city.
A divine nature protected by a sacred king was convenient in the Middle Ages, not only because it enlisted the king as the official conservationist
has high hopes for Jabari and Jelani: "It's very early days, but by two-and-a-half years old they should be well seasoned hunters.
Indonesia: Critically endangered Sumatran rhinoceros gave birth Saturday at an Indonesian sanctuary, following just three other in-captivity births over the past century, a conservationist
CIG invests in innovative, on-the-ground conservation technologies and approaches, with the eventual goal of wide-scale NRCS adoption to address a wide variety of natural resource issues," said NRCS Assistant State Conservationist
Maurice Arnold, aged 82, said "I've seen many developments of this site over the years, from its usage as common land, with cattle roaming, to the dumping of pottery.