National Military Fish & Wildlife Association

Working Groups   

Conservation Law Enforcement

The Conservation Law Enforcement Working Group was formed in 2008 to:

  • Facilitate communication and information exchange among members of NMFWA who are responsible for conservation law enforcement or those who have an interest in conservation law enforcement.
  • Enhance knowledge and technical capabilities of Department of Defense natural resources and conservation law enforcement professionals in the area of conservation law enforcement.
  • Increase awareness and appreciation within DOD of conservation law enforcement issues and decision-making processes.

To achieve these goals, the Working Group:

  • Provides regular communication among members of NMFWA interested in conservation law enforcement through e-mail discussions, meetings, symposia, workshops, newsletters, specialty publications, and other means.
  • Promotes membership in NMFWA to DOD conservation law enforcement and natural resources professionals interested in conservation law enforcement.
  • Provides information and technical assistance to NMFWA members in the area of conservation law enforcement.
  • Makes recommendations to the NMFWA Board of Directors for specific actions by NMFWA in the area of conservation law enforcement.
  • Develops draft technical reviews, position statements, and other materials in the area of conservation law enforcement for consideration by the NMFWA Board of Directors.
  • Provides information and technical assistance to government officials, journalists, educators, other organizations, and the general public in the area of conservation law enforcement.
  • Hosts or supports military service efforts to provide conservation law enforcement annual refresher training.

To join the Conservation Law Enforcement Working Group, please simply send an e-mail to the Working Group Chair.