2 Apr 2001 


Are you concerned about the problem of sprawl and the decline of wildlife, but having difficulty translating this concern into action?  NWF's Smart Growth and Wildlife listserve will help to educate professionals and everyday citizens on this crucial subject and to identify opportunities to work for positive change. 


If you want to learn about how states are grappling with the challenge of incorporating wildlife protection into their growth management laws or how citizens are working within regional transportation forums to promote transit and defeat billions of dollars of wasteful spending on new highways, this listserve is for you.


NWF's Smart Growth and Wildlife email listserve puts out 1 to 2 emails a week with issue updates, notices of conferences and meetings, and action alerts on subjects of national interest. The listserve is a "one-way, moderated" service; NWF will ensure members receive timely and concise messages but are never deluged.  You do not need to store messages, because they will be date and text searchable on the  website.


To sign up, go to


For more information e-mail or call Caron Whitaker at [email protected],  202-797-6608.


P.S. If you are interested in habitat conservation plans under the Endangered Species Act, you should know that the HCP listserves moderated by John Kostyack, [email protected], will now be incorporated into the Smart Growth and Wildlife listserve.  Glenn Sugameli, [email protected], will continue to moderate his takings/property rights listserves; however, key messages will be cross-posted to the Smart Growth and Wildlife listserv.


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