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Welcome to the Wildlife Habitat Council

About the Wildlife Habitat Council

The Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) is a nonprofit, non-lobbying organization dedicated to increasing the quality and amount of wildlife habitat on corporate, private and public lands. WHC builds partnerships with other conservation organizations, agencies and community members, based around employee-led teams to implement and manage voluntary wildlife habitat and conservation education programs on a corporate site and in the community.

Wildlife at Work habitat projects are corporate-driven cooperative efforts between management, employees and community members to create wildlife habitats on corporate lands. These programs exceed regulatory requirements by establishing voluntary programs leading the company and employees to become environmental leaders within their communities, and help achieve the goal of sustainable companies operating in sustainable communities.

Corporate Lands for Learning (CLL) opens doors to experience innovative teaching and learning techniques and the opportunity to involve local communities in corporate conservation efforts. CLL programs foster in learners, both children and adults, a clear understanding of the interdependence of ecology, economics and social structures in both urban and rural areas.

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Wildlife Habitat Council
United States Statistics

  • Last Update: Thu. Sep. 18, 2014
  • Number of Projects: 691
  • Number of Project Sites: 691
  • Conservation Actions: 3787
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What can you do from the
Wildlife Habitat Council portal?

Wildlife Habitat Council
Portal Contact

Corinne Lackner Stephens
Wildlife Habitat Council

What is a portal?

Conservation Registry users span the entire United States. To serve organizations that want data management tools at their fingertips, the Registry offers organizational portals. This dashboard view filters all data and functions to your projects. Browsing, searching or reporting—even additional data layers—can be customized to your specifications. To view your projects in context, the Registry home page is only a click away. for more information.