Awareness and Community Engagement

Wildlife Habitat Council Receives U.S. Forest Service Funding to Support Urban and Community Forestry Partnerships

SILVER SPRING, MD, September 8, 2020 – Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) was awarded a grant from the USDA Forest Service as part of its 2020 Urban and Community Forestry Challenge Cost Share Grant Program. This grant will fund WHC’s new initiative, Across Fence Lines: Connecting Corporate America to Communities through Public-Private Forestry Programs. The initiative […]

Bats, Birds and Owls – A Conservation Conference Session Recap

One of the more popular breakout sessions at the 2018 Conservation Conference, Bats, Birds and Owls: Capturing Community Interest Through Species Management Programs, focused on the use of species projects as a pathway for community engagement. Presenters from Freeport-McMoRan and Waste Management shared their stories about using the preservation and management of an iconic local […]

What a Bat Monitor Can Teach Us About Inclusion

While we always support and advocate for the PhDs, the professors and the experts, we should never forget to empower and embrace the amateurs, the innovators and the tinkerers.

New White Paper Examines Opportunities for the Corporate Campus to Benefit Biodiversity, Employees and Communities

SILVER SPRING, MD, OCTOBER 19, 2016 – Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) announces a new white paper available for download today, Reimagining the Corporate Campus, Creating Impactful Outcomes that Benefit Biodiversity and Communities. The white paper is available for free at www.wildlifehc.org/whitepapers. The white paper demonstrates how new and existing corporate campuses can incorporate nature in their […]