Habitat connectivity, in the form of large cores of intact habitat and corridors connecting them, is critical to ensuring a sustainable future for Virginia. Wild Virginia has been leading the way, bringing people together to to improve habitat connectivity in Virginia, and we are a driving force behind the multidisciplinary, multi-agency group called the Virginia Safe Wildlife Corridors Collaborative (VSWCC). This group works to reduce habitat fragmentation issues caused by Virginia roads and improve habitat connectivity. Learn more about our efforts here. Wild Virginia helped to pass legislation to create a Wildlife Corridor Action Plan (WCAP) in 2020. The WCAP will identify and protect wildlife corridors in Virginia helping both people and wildlife move more safely.
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Please thank your elected representatives for making wildlife corridors a priority.