The following organizations represent decades of collective experience educating the public, agency staff, and policymakers about the benefits of—and best practices for—re-connecting habitats and landscapes through wildlife crossing projects. It is well established that one of the most effective strategies for improving climate resilience of our communities and ecosystems is to ensure that habitat is protected and connected at a landscape scale. The Wildlife Crossings Pilot Program and other federal funding sources provide grants for projects designed to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions and improve habitat connectivity.”

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ARC Solutions promotes solutions to improve human safety, wildlife mobility and landscape connectivity by fostering innovation in the placement, design, and construction of wildlife crossings. 

The Center for Large Landscape Conservation connects partners across the globe to reconnect habitat and improve climate resilience.

As a non-profit organization, the Society’s mission is to assist Native American and Alaska Native Tribes with the conservation, protection, and enhancement of their fish and wildlife resources.

NPCA works to protect and preserve our nation’s most iconic and inspirational places for future generations.

Pew is driven by the power of knowledge to solve today’s most challenging problems. Pew applies a rigorous, analytical approach to improve public policy, inform the public, and invigorate civic life.

Wildlands Network’s mission is to reconnect, restore and rewild North America so that life—in all its diversity—can thrive.