Dedicated Funding Source for Public Awareness Education
Game and Fish wants your ideas on establishing a funding source dedicated for outreach, education and public awareness – Comments Received to Date
FAQs – Dedicated Funding for Outreach, Education and Public Awareness [PDF]
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is seeking public input on ways to establish and maintain a discretionary, dedicated funding source for Department outreach, education and public awareness efforts. All suggestions will be considered, except for those targeting fee or license increases.
A webcast can be viewed at https://youtu.be/pWzMi2o8sEE.
Wildlife enjoys overwhelming public support in Arizona, but most Arizonans don’t necessarily understand how the state’s wildlife resources are managed or who manages them. It’s important for Arizonans to know about, and understand, the Department’s mission in conserving and protecting the state’s 800-plus wildlife species — the most of any inland state in the U.S.!
Ideas may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org through Sept. 8. Note: Only submit ideas related to the topic of establishing the funding source.
Alternatives, based on public input, vetting and benchmarking, will be presented to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission during its public meeting Sept. 21 at the Navajo County Heber Complex, 2188 W. Country Club Drive, in Overgaard.