Nebraska Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit

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The Cooperative Research Units Program is a unique collaborative relationship among federal and state agencies, universities, and a non-profit organization.

The tripartite mission of the Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Program is:

  1. Train graduate students for professional careers in natural-resource research and management.
  2. Conduct research that will create new information useful for natural-resource management.
  3. Provide technical assistance on application and integration of new science.

The Nebraska Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit embraces the mission of the Cooperative Research Unit Program and contributes daily to the overall success of the Cooperative Research Unit Program.

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