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PA Fish & Boat Commission
State Wildlife Grant Application Form 2015
Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission
Pennsylvania State Wildlife Grants Program
2015 Call-for-Projects
NOTE: This application applies to Fish & Boat Commission projects. Please use for projects which
emphasize fish, amphibian, reptiles, and aquatic invertebrates and specifically the topics identified
in the 2015 priorities.
See Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission State Wildlife Grants 2015 Priorities.
(State Wildlife Grant Program web page-Featured Topics).
ABBREVIATIONS & TERMS
2015 Plan
OMB
PFBC
SGCN
SWG
Wildlife TRACS
USFWS
2015 Pennsylvania Wildlife Action Plan
Office of Management and Budget
Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission
Species of Greatest Conservation Need
State & Tribal Wildlife Grants Program
Wildlife Tracking and Reporting Actions for the Conservation of Species
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
OVERVIEW
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) is seeking applications from conservation partners (see
Section II Definitions in the federal guidelines) for funding under the State & Tribal Wildlife Grants (SWG)
program. Information on this grant program can be found on the PFBC website.
Federal guidelines for the SWG Program state that “When submitting a SWG grant application, a state must
clearly indicate how the proposed grant objectives address one or more of the conservation needs identified
within its Strategy (Plan).” So, projects must identify and address goals, objectives, and strategies in the 2015
Pennsylvania Wildlife Action Plan (2015 Plan). Use of funds for recreational and law enforcement activities
will not be considered acceptable for PFBC grants. For specific information on activities eligible for funding
see: Section X of the federal guidelines.
SELECTION CRITERIA & BACKGROUND
The 2015 SWG Call-for-Projects seeks to allocate funding for activities that meet conservation priorities
identified in the 2015 Plan.
Need
Based upon priorities identified in the 2015 Plan, projects should provide one or more of the following
benefits:
1. Critical information relevant to goals, strategic objectives, operational objectives and/or action items
identified in the 2015 Plan.
2. Keep Pennsylvania’s Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) from becoming endangered or
threatened. One term used for this effort is “Keeping common native species common.”
3. Meet the requirements of the SGCN & their habitats identified in the 2015 Plan.
4. Support “non-traditional” efforts or address needs of “non-traditional” constituents.
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Provide information necessary to recover and manage species or guilds of SGCN.
Focus on species and habitats identified as high-priority by PFBC in this call-for-projects.
Focus on species for which Pennsylvania has a high responsibility regionally, globally or nationally.
Work to identify and/or conserve areas of high biodiversity.
Demonstrate clear, realistic, and measurable goals and objectives (i.e., performance measures).
Scope
Projects should clearly:
1. Address objectives and strategies identified in the PFBC SWG Priorities topic(s) and the 2015 Plan.
2. Provide information and/or initiate conservation actions to manage and conserve SGCN or guilds of
SGCN, as identified in the 2015 Plan.
3. Promote a landscape or ecosystem approach.
Impact and Timelines
1. Impact: Projects should produce tangible benefits of conservation actions and/or visibility. All projects
must address the 2015 SWG Priority topic(s) and demonstrate tangible benefits to resource
management.
Example: Achieving multiple resource management objectives (such as habitat protection efforts with
both terrestrial and aquatic benefits) is a benefit.
2. Timeline: Projects should be ready, or near-ready, to implement. SWG projects are typically of 1.5 to 2year duration, but with sufficient justification, projects of a longer duration may be allowed. Projects
must focus on the Priority Topic(s). Applicants must provide a start date for the work; however PFBC
cannot guarantee that an approved project will start on the proposed date.
3. Partnerships/Coordination: Applicants are encouraged to include multiple partners (e.g., federal, state
and local governments, corporations, private landowners, communities, non-profit organizations,
conservation organizations and sporting organizations).
4. Cost/Benefit: Project costs must be commensurate with the project activities and outcomes.
5. Public Involvement: Projects should incorporate public involvement in the planning and implementation
process, when appropriate.
6. Wildlife TRACS Conservation Action Categories and Performance Measures (Chapter 4): Applicants must
identify the Wildlife TRACS “Conservation Action” category for each task and sub-task and associated
performance measure(s) that will be used to assess the success of the project (see Supplemental
Information at the end of this application). Applicants may include additional performance measures if
the measures in the 2015 Plan are not relevant to the specific work. PFBC will review the suggested
performance measures and work with the successful applicant to ensure these measures are
appropriate.
Funding
 The State & Tribal Wildlife Grants Program (SWG) is a federal program and all applicable federal
guidelines must be followed.
 Selected projects will be funded on a reimbursement basis depending upon the type of project (Planning
up to 75% Federal: 25% Non-federal: Implementation up to 65% Federal: 35% Non-federal). See Section
X. (A) of the federal guidelines for definitions of Planning and Implementation. Project partner
organizations must have adequate operating funds to support the project’s work prior to reimbursement.
Indirect costs must be calculated using a federally approved rate and may not exceed 15 percent (15%).
The indirect rate is a factor in rating applications.
 Federal funds cannot be used to match SWG funds.
 After selection by PFBC, approval by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and a fully executed
cooperative agreement will be required prior to expenditure of any project funds. Final project approval
is subject to the availability of federal funds.
 Project partners must track and document all expenses. Following project close-out, project records
must be kept by the project partner and sub-grantees for four (4) years.
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 By accepting federal funds, organizations agree to adhere to all applicable Federal regulations and
compliance requirements, including timely submission of financial and project performance reports.
PFBC staff will offer guidance to applicants in completing any paperwork necessary to meet Federal
compliance standards. Specifically, projects must comply with:
o 43 CFR Part 12
o OMB Circulars, specifically (A-87, A-102, and A-133+ 2015 Supplement)
o National Environmental Policy Act
o Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act
o Other applicable federal laws and regulations
 Only approved costs occurring during the approved grant period will be eligible for reimbursement using
the agreed upon match rate.
 Progress reports must describe work conducted to accomplish project objectives and must explain any
deviations from the stated objective or the deliverables. Detailed invoices must be submitted in
accordance with any cooperative agreement between the PFBC and the grant recipient. Reimbursement
of costs will occur only after progress reports have been reviewed and approved by the PFBC project
leader and the USFWS.
Species & Habitats
The 2015 Plan (links below) is a statewide, comprehensive plan that includes activities necessary to protect
imperiled and declining species, and their habitats.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
SPECIES (1)
Appendices 1.1 & 1.2
Overview of the 2015 Plan
Table of Contents, Acknowledgments, Executive Summary, Foreword,
Agency Authorities, Review of 2005 Plan
Species of Greatest Conservation Need selection, prioritization, threats
and conservation action summary
Species conservation status assessment reports; flowchart and
guidance
Appendix 1.3
Species of Greatest Conservation Need list and prioritization
Appendix 1.4
Species Accounts - detailed summaries of species’ status, threats,
actions, surveys, monitoring and research
Birds
Amphibians
Fishes
Mammals
Reptiles
Mussels (Federal or state listed only)
HABITATS (2) Habitat extent and condition
Appendices 2.1 & 2.2 Habitat descriptions and condition, species associations, relationships
between 2015 and 2005 habitat types
THREATS (3) Environmental threats to species and habitats
CONSERVATION ACTIONS (4) Conservation actions for addressing threats
MONITORING (5) Approaches for monitoring species, habitats, and Plan implementation
REVISION (6) Process for review and revision of the Plan in the next 10 years
PARTNERSHIPS (7) Agencies and organizations involved in Plan revision
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION (8) Review of public involvement in Plan revision and implementation
LITERATURE CITED (9) Referenced literature
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APPLICATION DEADLINE
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Application forms must be received no later than 4:00 p.m. (Eastern Time), Friday, January 29, 2016.
Applications must be submitted in their entirety.
Submissions sent by fax will not be accepted.
Submit all applications in Microsoft© WORD format to:
Diana M. Day (Conservation Coordinator)
Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission
P.O. Box 67000
Harrisburg, PA 17106-7000
Phone: 717-346-8137
Email: [email protected]
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Instructions:
 Save this file to your computer (as a Microsoft© WORD.docx) file.
 Text boxes will expand as text is entered.
 Complete all fields, as appropriate.
 Use Function Key <F1> for help.
STATE WILDLIFE GRANTS (SWG)
2015 PROJECT APPLICATION FORM
All information below is required. If additional pages are needed, label and attach them to this
form. Also, use the Project Statement pages as your guide for submitting your proposal.
Note: All cells will expand as information is added to the form.
PART A: CONTACT INFORMATION AND PROJECT SUMMARY
1. PROJECT TITLE
2. CONTACT INFORMATION
a. Applicant (i.e., Organization,
Agency, Person)
b. Federal ID Number of
Applicant
c. Address
d. Contact Name
e. Title
f. Phone
g. FAX:
h. E-mail:
3. ANTICIPATED START DATE:
a. Estimated Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): Click here to enter a date.
The actual dates will be dependent on Commission and federal approval, and executed cooperative agreements.
When feasible, the PFBC will work with successful applicants to meet these dates.
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4. PROJECT COST SUMMARY:
SWG (Federal)
Funds Requested
Non-Federal Match
$0.00
$0.00
Total Project Cost
$ 0.00
Right-Click on number above,
then select <update field>
5. PROJECT ABSTRACT
Provide a one-paragraph abstract that summarizes the scope and need for the project.
PROJECT STATEMENT
Two major parts to the Project Statement include: the B. Narrative and C. Budget.
Section B. Narrative. This format is based upon standard U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service grant proposal and
includes: Need, Objective, Expected Results or Benefits, Approach, Project Duration, Location, and Personnel.
Section C. Budget. Identify the cost of your project by Cost Category.
Applicants must include information in the following format:
PART B: Narrative Section
1. NEED
Why is this project needed?
a. List the 2015 Pennsylvania Wildlife Action Plan Goal(s), Objective(s) and Strategy(ies) that will be
addressed.
b. Does the project fulfill the requirements of another conservation plan?
c. What are the implications if this project is not funded?
d. Identify the conservation issue, problem, or opportunity that is expected to be addressed by the
proposed project.
e. Explain how the proposed project will be of value to conservation efforts in Pennsylvania. This
may include a list of citations and a brief synopsis of the available related research. This section
should not exceed two (2) pages.
NEED
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2. OBJECTIVE
What measurable or tangible accomplishments will have been achieved by the end of the grant proposal
period? The objective(s) should be:
a. Specific
b. Measureable
c. Achievable
d. Realistic
e. Time-bound
OBJECTIVE
3. EXPECTED RESULTS AND BENEFITS
a. Describe the quantifiable results and benefits to the users/species/habitats that will be
accomplished by this project.
b. Describe the specific tasks and how effectiveness of the project will be assessed. (See Section
“Impacts and Timeline” Item 6 above).
c. Include Wildlife TRACS Action Level 1 and Level 2 (Chapter 4) and performance measures for each
Task and Sub-Task (See Supplemental Information at the end of this application).
Example: Task a. Conduct electrofishing surveys at 20 sites.
TRACS Level 1: 3.0: Data Collection and Analysis
TRACS Level 2: 3.2: Research, survey or monitoring-fish and wildlife populations
Performance Measure(s): Number of sites with completed surveys.
EXPECTED RESULTS AND BENEFITS
4. APPROACH
How will the objective(s) be attained? Include specific procedures, schedules and key project staff
functions.
a. Include specific procedures and techniques and schedules, as appropriate. If the project involves
trapping, handling or otherwise impacting species of greatest conservation need (SGCN), include a
statement describing expected impact on individuals and populations, including anticipated
mortality. If impact is expected to be minimal, provide describe why/how impact will be
minimized.
b. Provide a project schedule. See Worksheet: 1-Project Schedule in file
http://fishandboat.com/promo/grants/swg/SWG_BudgetTable.xlsx. The project schedule
should correspond with the budget schedule provided in Part C of this application, though the
project schedule may be delineated into smaller intervals. Identify project deliverables according
to this schedule.
c. Provide information on maintenance activities (if needed) and identify project partners who are
willing to provide long-term support.
APPROACH
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5. PROJECT DURATION
Estimated Start Date: Click here to enter a date.
Estimated End Date:
Click here to enter a date.
The actual dates will be dependent on Commission and federal approval, and executed cooperative agreements.
When feasible, the PFBC will work with successful applicants to meet these dates.
Comments on Project Duration
6. LOCATION
Where will the work be done? When available, indicate the size of the project (e.g. acres of land, miles of
riparian corridor), and provide a detailed map of the project area. Include, where appropriate, latitude
and longitude, county(ies), region of the state or other descriptors of the project area. If the project
encompasses the entire state, indicate “statewide”.
LOCATION
INSERT MAP (if available)
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7. PERSONNEL
In the table below, list the names of the project leader and any third-party partners working on the
project. Identify qualifications of project personnel for the proposed project.
Organization, Agency, Person
Division/Section/Department
Project Leader Name
Address
Telephone Number
Email Address
QUALIFICATIONS
Briefly describe the qualifications of the project leader(s) and other personnel:
8. Provide a brief description of any attachments
List of Attachments
Brief Description
Attachment 1
Attachment 2
Attachment 3
Attachment 4
Attachment 5
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PART C: Budget
ESTIMATED COSTS
Use the table at the link below to develop the budget for a project.
Considerations:
a. Volunteer hours and donated materials/supplies may be used and their documented value applied
towards the total project cost.
b. Indirect costs must be calculated using a federally approved rate and may not exceed 15 percent
(15%). The indirect rate is a factor in rating applications.
c. Reasonable & Necessary Costs: All costs, including donated time/items, must be reasonable and
necessary.
d. Fiscal Year: Budgets must be presented on a state fiscal year (July 1-June 30). If needed,
additional years may be added.
e. Equipment: Equipment means tangible nonexpendable personal property including exempt
property charged directly to the award having a useful life of more than one year and an
acquisition cost of $5,000 or more per unit. However, consistent with recipient policy, lower
limits may be established. More information on equipment and associated regulations can be
found at: http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/circulars/a110/a110.html.
NOTE: Applicants are encouraged to not purchase equipment, rather to use established
equipment-use rates for equipment already owned.
f. Justification of Costs: Provide a brief explanation for costs in the budget table (see link below). An
example is shown in the Worksheet: 3-SWG-Detailed Budget (green tab).
g. Donated Services: Please indicate if services are donated.
1. BUDGET TABLES
Complete the budget tables in the MS-Excel file found at:
http://fishandboat.com/promo/grants/swg/SWG_BudgetTable.xlsx.
1. Save the Budget Table file to your computer
2. Be sure to save it with the .xlsx extension
Note the tabs (lower left of the file) for the two worksheets.
 2-SWG Summary Budget (red tab)
 3-SWG Detailed Budget (green tab)
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9. CERTIFICATION AND SIGNATURE
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GRANT APPLICATION SUBMITTAL INSTRUCTIONS
 Grant application must be received at the following address
by no later than 4:00 PM (Eastern Time) Friday, January 29, 2016.
 Grant applications must be submitted in their entirety for projects to be
considered.
 All grant applications must be signed and dated.
 Submissions sent by fax or e-mail will not be accepted.
 Submit all grant applications in both hard-copy (one copy) and electronically on
a CD/DVD or electronic data stick (i.e., jump drive) in Microsoft© WORD to:
PA Fish and Boat Commission
c/o Diana M. Day
Bureau of Fisheries
P.O. Box 67000
Harrisburg, PA 17106-7000
I certify that the information in this application is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
Submitted By:
Signature
Date
Printed Name
Title
For Official Use Only:
CHECK LIST
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Completed all Sections
 SWG Contact Information and Summary (Part A) Sections 1-5;
 Project Statement (Part B)-Narrative, Sections 1-7.
Completed budget tables (Part C)-Budget, Section 1.
 Summary Budget Table (Worksheet: 2-SWG Summary Budget)
 Budget Explanation (Worksheet: 3-SWG-Detailed Budget)
Provided attachments, if applicable (Part B, Section 8).
Signed and dated the application? (Section 9)
IMPORTANT: All applications must be signed and dated.
Have you included both one hard-copy and an electronic copy (Microsoft© WORD
format) on a CD/DVD or electronic data stick (i.e., jump drive)?
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SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION
Wildlife TRACS Level 1 and Level 2 conservation action categories (code and description) and associated
performance measures. Descriptions of these conservation action categories can be found in Chapter 4 of the
2015 Pennsylvania Wildlife Action Plan.
TRACS Level 1
TRACS Level 2
Performance Measure 1
Performance Measure 2
Performance Measure 3
(Code-Description)
1-Coordination and
Administration
(Code-Description)
1.1-Coordination
and Administration
Number of meetings
convened.
Number of workshops
held.
Number of decisions that
lead to identified outputs
or outcomes.
Number of grants
administered.
Number of grants
completed.
1.2-Incentives
Number of landowner
agreements.
Number of acres (river
miles) managed through
incentive programs.
Target species
population metrics (e.g.,
breeding pairs, relative
abundance) on
unmanaged and
managed lands or
waters, directly
measured or modeled.
2.1-Create new
habitat or natural
processes
Number of acres or river
miles converted from an
initial habitat to a target
habitat.
Habitat metrics (e.g.
quality, fragmentation)
measured directly or
modeled.
2.2-Dam and
barrier removal
Number of dams
removed.
Population metrics (e.g.
population, nest
success) of target
species measured
directly or modeled.
Number of connected
river miles.
2.3-Fire
management
Number of acres burned
annually by habitat type
(e.g., oak-forest,
barrens, grasslands).
Difference in pre- and
post-burn target species
population metrics (e.g.,
species richness)
measured directly or
modeled.
Number of Tunnels
constructed
Relative number of
animals using the
structure compared to
roadkills in the same
area (pre- and postconstruction).
2-Direct
Management of
Natural Resources
2.4-Fish and
wildlife habitat
structures
2.4-Fish and
wildlife habitat
structures (Tunnels
for Amphibians &
Reptiles)
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Target species
population metrics (e.g.,
relative abundance)
measured directly or
modeled.
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TRACS Level 2
2.4-Fish and
wildlife habitat
structures (Turtle
basking structures)
Performance Measure 1
Number of basking
structures installed.
Performance Measure 2
Number of target turtles
using structures.
2.4-Fish and
wildlife habitat
structures (Bat
houses)
2.4-Fish and
wildlife habitat
structures
(Exclusion
Structures)
Number of bat boxes
installed
Number of target bats
using structures.
Number of caves gated
Difference in target
species populations
before and after
installation of gates
2.5-Grazing/farm
management
Number of acres or river
miles with habitat
enhancement practices.
Number of hazards
removed
Number of SGCN using
enhanced habitats
2.7-Instream
modification
Number of river miles
with habitat
enhancement practices
Number of SGCN using
enhanced habitats
2.8-Invasive
species control
Number of newly
reported invasive
species locations (intent
of this measure is to
reduce number of new
sightings to -0-).
Number of new invasive
species considered
established (intent for
this to become -0-).
Number of established
invasive species removed
from the Commonwealth
or managed to a target
level.
Number of invasive
species surveys
conducted.
Number of active
volunteers trained
Number of Invasive
Species Action Plans
developed
Number of people
trained to a specified
competency
Number of potential
recreational users
contacted
Number of rapidresponse exercises (mock
or actual) in reaction to
new sightings
Habitat quality metrics
(e.g., number of native
plants).
Target species
population metrics (e.g.,
relative abundance,
reproductive success
Target species
population metrics (e.g.,
relative abundance,
reproductive success).
2.6-Hazard or
infrastructure
removal
2.9-Living
shorelines
2.1Planting/seeding
2.11-Vegetation
management
Linear distance of
shoreline restored with
native plant species
Number of acres planted
Number of acres
managed
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Habitat quality metrics
(e.g., number of native
plants).
Performance Measure 3
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TRACS Level 2
2.12-Water
management
Performance Measure 1
Number of acres
managed to a target
water level
2.13-Wildlife
damage
management
Number of interventions
2.14-Wildlife
disease
management
Number of interventions
Mortality rates
attributed to the disease
in-question
3.1-Database
development and
management
Number of records
added to each database
3.2-Research,
survey or
monitoring - fish
and wildlife
populations
3.3-Research,
survey or
monitoring habitat
3.4-Research,
survey or
monitoring utilization
3.5-Techniques
development
Number of surveys
directed toward SGCN
A functional web-based
Conservation
Opportunity Areas
decision support tool
Number of research
projects directed toward
SGCN
4-Education
4.1Educator/Instructo
r training
Number of practitioners
trained with minimum
certifications, as
required
Number of training
meetings, workshops,
webinars
5-Facilities and
Areas
5.5-Cooperatively
managed areas for
hunting
5.6-Fish passage
facilities
Number of Wildlife
Management Areas
Number of acres
managed
Number of fish passage
structures constructed
5.7-Fish screening
and related
facilities
5.8-Hatcheries
Number of facilities
using fish screens where
needed
Number of species
“head-started”
Relative number of fish
found upstream of a
dam compared to
downstream
Number of entrained
fish at facilities with fish
screens
Number of newly
established, selfsustaining populations
3-Data Collection
and Analysis
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Performance Measure 2
Habitat quality as
measured by relevant
metrics (e.g., acres of
aquatic vegetation,
mudflats for shorebirds)
Performance Measure 3
Target species
population metrics (e.g.,
relative abundance,
reproductive success)
Fish mortality
Number of populations
enhanced to a target
level
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TRACS Level 1
TRACS Level 2
5.15-Wildlife
Management
Areas
Performance Measure 1
Number of Wildlife
Management Areas
Performance Measure 2
6-Land and Water
Rights Acquisition
and Protection
6.1-Land
acquisition
Number acres protected
Number of SGCN in
protected acres
6.2-Water rights
acquisition
Number of agreements
Appropriate metric for
protected water (e.g.,
millions of gallons/day,
acre-feet).
6.3-Conservation
area designation
A functional
Conservation
Opportunity Area
decision-support tool is
anticipated by
December 2018
6.4-Private lands
agreements
Number of agreements
with private landowners
Number of acres
encompassed by
agreements
7-Law Enforcement
7.1-Law
enforcement
Number of officers
trained
Number of enforcement
incidents in response to
specific reports of illegal
harvest of SGCN or
habitat destruction
8-Outreach
8.1Partner/stakeholde
r engagement
Number of meetings,
workshops, conferences
dedicated to the plan
involving the partners,
stakeholders and the
public
Number of meeting,
workshop, and
conference attendees
9-Planning
9.1-Land use
planning
Number of green
infrastructure
ordinances developed
Number of Species
Action (Management)
plans developed
Acres designated for
conservation with SGCN
9.3-Species and
habitat
management
planning
9.4-State Wildlife
Action planning
A completed
comprehensive revision
of the 2015
Pennsylvania Wildlife
Action Plan will be
completed by
09.30.2025
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Number of Species
Action (Management)
plans implemented
Performance Measure 3
Number of SGCN on
properties with
agreements
Number of projects or
plans develop and
implemented in response
outreach initiatives
Number of Species
Action (Management)
plans completed
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10-Species
Reintroduction and
Stocking
TRACS Level 2
10.1-Native species
restoration
Performance Measure 1
Number of selfmaintaining species
populations reestablished
Stocked animal survival
Performance Measure 2
Number of attempted
reintroductions
11.1Environmental
review
Number of consultations
Number of on-site visits
11.2-Technical
assistance
Number of
consultations,
landowners contacted
Acres or miles of
streams under habitat
management guidance
10.2-Production
and stocking for
recreational
purposes
11-Technical
Assistance
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Performance Measure 3
Stocked animals
successfully reproducing
young
Number of SGCN
element occurrences
encompassed per
environmental review
Number of species or
habitat management
plans developed with
partners
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