Integrating climate-informed planning into State Wildlife Action Plans in the North Central United States

Kimberly Szcodronski, Indigo Bannister, Blake Hossack & Alisa Wade
State fish and wildlife agencies are required to submit a State Wildlife Action Plan (SWAP) every 10 years to be eligible for grants through the State Wildlife Grant Program. With the next round of revisions due in 2025, the U.S. Geological Survey North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center is evaluating how to best support states with further integrating climate-informed planning in their SWAPs. Here, we summarize how states in the North Central region, which includes...

Registration Year

  • 2022

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  • Report


  • United States Geological Survey