Science to Policy: Funding Wildlife Conservation in Texas
Project AdvisorGraham, Jr., Cole Blease
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This project studied options for expanding wildlife funding in the state of Texas. Initial analysis shows a consensus among stakeholders for voluntary and familiar funding methods such as stamps, license plate fees, outdoor recreation fees, and a tax on plastic. These findings imply that some voluntary methods of funding (e.g., license plate fees) could be modified to develop additional, long-term revenue generation to support wildlife conservation policies.
ClientBoone & Crockett Wildlife James H. “Red” Duke Wildlife Conservation and Policy Program at Texas A&M University
DepartmentPublic Service and Administration
Connell, Gregory; Escobedo, Adria; Guillen, Courtney; Kim, Kyoung Cheol; Ladimirault, Robert; Malec, Kaitlyn; Parnell, Andie (2019). Science to Policy: Funding Wildlife Conservation in Texas. Available electronically from
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