Farming and Ranching Resources

In the western Great Plains, private lands biologists (also called Farm Bill biologists and technical assistance providers) play a critical role in habitat conservation by matching landowners with suitable conservation programs that best fit the landowners’ personal habitat and land-use goals. Many times, these biologists are the best overall resource and a great place to start. Biologists meet with landowners one-on-one, listen to their needs and concerns, and find the best program for each situation. Find a private lands biologist and other resources in your area by selecting a state below:


Colorado

Private Lands Biologists

General Resources

Habitat Improvement

Agricultural Conservation Programs

Range Management

Invasive Plants and Trees

Prescribed Burning


Kansas

Private Lands Biologists

General Resources

Habitat Improvement

Agricultural Conservation Programs

Range Management

Invasive Plants and Trees

Prescribed Burning


Nebraska

Private Lands Biologists

General Resources

Habitat Improvement

Agricultural Conservation Programs

Range Management

Invasive Plants and Trees

Prescribed Burning


New Mexico

Private Lands Biologists

General Resources

Habitat Improvement

Agricultural Conservation Programs

Range Management

Invasive Plants and Trees

Prescribed Burning


Oklahoma

Private Lands Biologists

General Resources

Habitat Improvement

Agricultural Conservation Programs

Range Management

Invasive Plants and Trees

  • Canadian River Cooperative Management Area
    Gene Miller, Regional Biologist, National Wild Turkey Federation, 806-316-0232

Prescribed Burning


Texas

Private Lands Biologists

General Resources

Habitat Improvement

Agricultural Conservation Programs

Range Management

Invasive Plants and Trees

Prescribed Burning