Adopt A Wildlife Acre

by National Wildlife Federation
Jan 16, 2012

Adopt A Wildlife Acre- Project Report

The National Wildlife Federation’s latest grazing retirement to benefit wildlife is the 22,000-acre Willow Creek allotment, located on the Bridger-Teton National Forest in northwest Wyoming.   

Willow Creek is an important wintering ground for elk, moose and mule deer and in recent years, has provided habitat for grizzly bears and wolves.  Its steep, forested slopes lead to congregation of livestock along the major streams in the area, which has resulted in diminished vegetation along the waterways as well as increased sedimentation.  State and federal agencies have voiced concern for the native cutthroat trout populations that inhabit Willow Creek and other streams in the allotment.  

Like all NWF grazing retirements, this agreement was reached voluntarily with a willing seller, resolving a long-term wildlife/livestock conflict. 


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Organization Information

National Wildlife Federation

Location: Reston, VA - USA
Website: http:/​/​​
Project Leader:
Kit Fischer
Reston, VA United States
$321,211 raised of $450,000 goal
821 donations
$128,789 to go
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