Cooperation among industry and conservation groups can be rare indeed, and when the Wildlife Habitat Council was formed in 1988, it was certainly an unusual arrangement. Over the past several decades, the Council has worked to ease some of these tensions “to search for innovative joint ventures in environmental stewardship.” Visitors interested in such matters will appreciate the organization’s website, which brings together materials on brownfield remediation, nest monitoring, and wildlife management tools. Additionally, visitors can also learn about some of their recent industry partnerships, including the Cuyahoga Habitat partnership and the St. Clair River Waterways for Wildlife Project. The site is rounded out by a “Publications” area which contains a number of web-only articles by staff members and a list of books on sustainability and wildlife habitat management handpicked by WHC staff members.
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