IN an attempt to make a lasting difference in terms of improving the health of the Gulf ecosystem, Thomas Kelsch, vice president of the Gulf for the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), said it's essential to engage private landowners in efforts to improve water quality and stewardship on these working lands, restore wetlands to benefit migratory birds and help the fish in the Gulf of Mexico.
NFWF has joined forces with the U.S. Departme
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