USFWS Involvement with the Conservation of Grasslands via Pollinators

USFWS Involvement with the Conservation of Grasslands via Pollinators
Don Wilhelm, USFWS Coordinator for Partners for Fish & Wildlife Program

Monday, April 9, 2018 from 6:30pm – 8pm
5301 Campus Drive in Fort Worth (Tarrant County College – South – LEED certified building with wind turbine)

Bear Creek Ranch (Photo by Michelle Villafranca)

Don Wilhelm will talk about federal partnership programs to increase conservation of grasslands via the enhancement of pollinator habitat. Don is the Coordinator for the USFWS’ Partners for Fish and Wildlife (PFW) Program in the Southwest Region (Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona) and is co-located at the Arlington, Texas, Ecological Services Field Office. Over his career he has served in a variety of roles, including Endangered Species Coordinator, Wetlands Coordinator, PFW Program Private Lands Biologist, and State PFW Program Coordinator. Don “grew up” in Weatherford, Texas, and currently lives in Aledo with his wife and youngest son. His oldest son is a freshman at the University of Texas.

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