ALPINE The Borderlands Exploration Institute (BRI) at Sul Ross State University and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Company (USFWS) are partnering to present complex and economical support to landowners fascinated in restoring and improving wildlife habitat on their land.
The Partners for Habitat Method will present $150,000 of economical support directly to private landowners throughout the West Texas counties of Brewster, Terrell, Pecos, Reeves, Culberson, Hudspeth, Jeff Davis and Presidio.
“This new Partners for Habitat Method will present some additional sources that West Texas landowners want to put into action favourable conservation techniques on their qualities,” Billy Tarrant, Associate Director of Stewardship Companies for BRI mentioned in a news release.
“We’ll be accepting apps this drop, and will be providing extra information and facts about how to implement for this cost-share plan by early August. We’re extremely proud to be partnering with the USFWS to present this prospect for West