1948 through today
Since 1948, the Wildlife Management Institute has compiled information on fish and wildlife agency organizational structures, their authorities, and their priority program areas about once every ten years. The information provided a once-a-decade snapshot of how North American fish and wildlife agencies were shaped – and how they shaped the conservation landscape.
The pace is quickening. The diversity of responsibilities is evolving rapidly – and state agencies, associations, and conservation drivers like you need more current information to aid in local, regional, and national program and policy decisions.
Your agency profile
The once-a-decade, sit-on-the-shelf report is history.
WMI created a systematized Fish and Wildlife Agency Profiler that agencies can use to keep information current, explore policies and programs in surrounding states, and better understand how they compare to other agencies.