Welcome to the Central Mountains & Plains Section of The Wildlife Society
The Central Mountains & Plains Section (CMPS) is a strong and effective voice of wildlife science, conservation, and management for the seven states of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.
To inspire, empower, and enable wildlife professionals in the CMPS region to sustain populations and habitats through science-based management and conservation.
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- Facilitated connections between State Chapter Leadership and Conservation Affairs Network Reps within CMPS to discover shared priorities & challenges (Coordinated by Daly Edmunds, CMPS Board Member At-Large)
- Continued Bylaws revision, including consideration of a new structure to more effectively include all seven State Chapters
- Drafted information for a Board position description as part of the CMPS Operations Manual development to help onboard new officers
- Awarded Wayne Sandfort Student Travel Grant Applications
Save the Dates:
|Pathways to Success: Conserving At-Risk Wildlife in the American West
|Water on the Plains: Conservation, Innovation, and Equity
|“Heroes, Villains, and Victims” The Human Dimension of Wildlife Management
|Conservation at Scale
|Partnerships: Managing Wildlife Better Together
|Wildlife Conservation in a Changing World
CMPS’ 2024 Annual Meeting will be combined with South Dakota Chapter of TWS. State Chapters of TWS within CMPS Annual Meetings February – April 2024 (downloadable pdf)
Latest Newsletter and News
CMPS Board Member At-Large Rick Warhurst receives the 2023 TWS Distinguished Service Award. Read all about it in the TWS news article.