Recovering America’s Wildlife Act Reintroduced to Senate
America is in the midst of an unprecedented wildlife crisis. Once abundant populations of fish and wildlife are now facing steep declines because of habitat loss, disease, and other threats. The bipartisan Recovering America’s Wildlife Act would dedicate $1.4 billion annually to state and tribal-led wildlife conservation — helping prevent wildlife from becoming endangered in the first place. Learn more at www.nwf.org/recoverwildlife.
Recovering America’s Wildlife Act will provide Missouri with approximately $20 million annually to support over 600 species of concern. Former Missouri Senator Roy Blunt was a co-sponsor of RAWA before retiring at the end of 2022.