Conservation Education Core Concepts

Developing a set of core concepts for conservation education was an important first step in moving the the Association's North American Conservation Education Strategy forward.

To be effective in our efforts, we need to speak with one voice and clearly state what we want every citizen to know and understand about:

1. The conservation of fish and wildlife and related resources;

2. Managing fish and wildlife resources; and

3. Fish and wildlife agencies.

From a national perspective, the Conservation Core Concepts (CE Concepts) provide agencies a foundation from which to work with partners. The top concepts can also be integrated into marketing efforts of the Association and its members.

Top Conservation Concepts and Messaging

Comprehensive Conservation Core Concepts

Conservation Education Core Concepts FAQ

Conservation Education Core Concepts Downloadable Poster

The development of the Conservation Education Core Concepts was funded through a Multistate Conservation Grant.


AFWA Staff Contact:
Laura MacLean at 202/624-7744; lmaclean@fishwildlife.org

 

 


 
 
 
 
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