Wildlife Forever Recognized for Prairie and Pollinator Habitat Restoration

Contact: Addison Motta, Info@WildlifeForever.org

For Immediate Release

White Bear Lake, MN – Wildlife Forever is the proud recipient of the first annual Making Prairie Common Award given from the United Prairie Foundation. The award celebrates Wildlife Forever’s financial support and dedication to restoring prairie and pollinator habitat and efforts to educate the public.

“We are deeply grateful to Wildlife Forever for their commitment to conservation. Their support has enabled the United Prairie Foundation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Minnesota DNR and local communities to restore thousands of acres of public lands. Restored habitat is critical for ensuring ecological function of our natural resources,” said John Devries, President of United Prairie Foundation.

Since 2008, Wildlife Forever and the United Prairie Foundation have been partnering on restoring and conserving prairie and upland habitat. Wildlife Forever has played a pivotal role in supporting projects and programs that restore state, federal and municipal lands, improving public awareness and conservation needs.

“Wildlife Forever is honored to be recognized with the Making Prairie Common award. We look forward to many years of partnership with United Prairie Foundation and resource managers entrusted to conserving our natural resources. Together we’re restoring ecological function to the landscape and helping communities to adopt a prairie and pollinator conservation ethic,” said Pat Conzemius, President and CEO of Wildlife Forever.

Wildlife Forever supported restoration projects contribute to the long-term resiliency of prairie landscapes, which are home to thousands of important plant, insect, bird, mammal, and fungi species. For more information about Wildlife Forever and their projects across the United States, please visit www.WildlifeForever.org.

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