TESF announces new initiative – We recently secured a $5,000 grant from Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism to initiate at the Z-Bar Ranch an effort to improve the conservation status of the increasingly imperiled Monarch butterfly. This effort is yet another outstanding example of our capacity to do much on behalf of a worldwide problem – pollinator conservation — with just a little help from a public agency because of our access to the great conservation landscapes that are Turner Ranches. Details follow …
2015 Arctic Grayling Working Group along with the US Fish and Wildlife Service and MT Fish Wildlife and Parks recognize Turner Biodiversity Division for conservation activities regarding Montana arctic grayling.
2015 Arctic grayling award
Ted Turner Ranch aims to Aid Endangered Black-footed ferrets
TESF Executive Director Mike Phillips invited to be part of important press release on wolf recovery
Ruling_on_Great_Lakes_wolf_protections_might_have_national_impac (1) Federal court ruling on wolves could take years to clarify http://www.wolf.org
The October 2014 issue of the Land Report highlights the top 100 landowners in the United States. As the second largest owner of private land in the U.S., Turner’s work with imperiled species is highlighted on page 79.
2014 Land Report http://landreport.epubxp.com/i/397957
Lester Brown and Mike Phillips discuss energy policy and the extinction crisis at the 2014 American Renewable Energy Day sponsored by the American Energy Institute, August 11, 2014, Aspen, Colorado. After the brief introduction, Phillips’ talk begins at 18 min 36 second mark on the video.
Biologists release gopher tortoises on Turner property