The Arbor Day Foundation awarded the Friends of the Wildlife Corridor $15,000 for 15,000 seedlings for the 2016 LRGV NWR Farmland Phase-out and Re-vegetation Program.
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American Forests Global Releaf Program awarded the Friends of the Wildlife Corridor $25,000 for 25,000 seedlings for the 2016 LRGV NWR Farmland Phase-out and Re-vegetation Program.
The Conservation Fund donated $3,000 to support Rio Reforestation 2016.
September 18, 2015. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation has granted $5,000 to the Friends of the Wildlife Corridor to fund construction of a walking path for the Salineño Bird Refuge, which is currently owned by the Valley Land Fund and maintained in partnership with the US Fish and Wildlife Service. This project was selected…
The Friends of the Wildlife Corridor has taken a position opposing proposed LNG development in the Lower Rio Grande Valley. The attached comments, submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in September 2015, outline FWC concerns.