The Restoration of America Wildlife Act (RAWA) will provide funding for conservation efforts.

Restoring America’s Wildlife Law is a step closer to reality

Wildlife across the United States is at risk. State fish and wildlife agencies have collectively identified more than 12,000 species of mammals, birds, fish and insects, which you’ve likely never heard of, because they need proactive protection measures.

If passed, the Restoration of America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA) would provide funding for such efforts.

The Restoration of America’s Wildlife Act is bipartisan legislation. It was originally drafted a few years ago, but was reintroduced by Senator Martin Heinrich, Democrat of New Mexico, and Republican of Missouri Roy Blunt in July 2021. It currently has 32 bipartisan participants. The US Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works has voted to submit the legislation to the Senate for final approval.

The summary of the bill, officially titled S.2372, states:

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