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The National Wildlife Cooperative project was started to aid the documentation of current wildlife co-ops across the U.S. If you are a member of an active wildlife cooperative, please let us know and we will add your co-op to our above map. This will ensure that it is  documented on a national scale. We will be adding cooperatives to this map as we become aware of more co-ops.


If you are a member of a co-op that would like to be added, please send us an email to with: Name of co-op, name of contact, total acres, number of landowners, year established, and nearest town or city (this will be the listed location to ensure privacy). Please send a property boundary map of all co-op properties to us - which will be used to ensure accuracy and will not be publicly shared info. Supporting info and photos are encouraged for those co-ops that want to be highlighted. Wildlife cooperatives that we document will receive a free NWC die-cut decal in the shop. We look forward to adding and highlighting your wildlife cooperative in the above map to help grow your co-op with those around you interested in joining, and aid wildlife conservation through documentation.

 *Must send in actual property boundary map to recieve free decal* 


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