The Energy and Wildlife Program Manager serves as the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (AFWA) lead on energy and wildlife issues by staffing the Energy & Wildlife Committee; serving as a liaison to the states, US Geological Survey, and other federal partners; collaborating on solutions to avoid, reduce or mitigate energy and wildlife conflicts; and communicating with and overseeing a network of practitioners.

Duties:

  • Provide staffing and support to the AFWA Energy and Wildlife Committee, Wind & Wildlife Working Group, and Solar and Wildlife Working Group.
  • Oversee communication and outreach to committee and work group members.
  • Host meetings or forums.
  • Lead development and implementation of the committee annual work

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