Business Plans

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation business plans present clear strategies for our conservation programs. They outline the resources necessary to meet our conservation goals and create accountability by defining measurable outcomes. Our staff and partners use these business plans to make the most informed and important conservation investments.

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NFWF business plans contain six core elements:

  1. Conservation Need

  2. Conservation Outcomes

  3. Geographic Focus

  4. Implementation Strategies

  5. Monitoring and Evaluating Performance

  6. Budget

Business plans represent more than just the goals of NFWF alone. They reflect the consensus of the many federal, state, academic and organization experts consulted during plan development.

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Atlantic Flyway Shorebirds View Business Plan
Central Appalachia View Business Plan
Chesapeake Bay View Business Plan
Delaware River Watershed View Business Plan
Forestland Stewards View Business Plan
Great Lakes View Business Plan
Hawaiian Forest Birds View Business Plan
Longleaf Forests and Rivers View Business Plan
Los Padres National Forest View Business Plan
Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley Business Plan View Business Plan
Monarch Butterfly View Business Plan
Northern Great Plains View Business Plan
Pacific Seabirds View Business Plan
Rocky Mountain Rangelands View Business Plan
Sea Turtles View Business Plan
Southwest Rivers View Business Plan
Working for Wildlife View Business Plan