“Working Lands for Wildlife” is encouraging producers and landowners to enroll for funds from the Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program to be used to preserve species habitats. The objectives are to restore populations of declining wildlife species and restore and protect the productive capacity of working lands. “Working Lands for Wildlife” is a partnership between Natural Resources Conservation Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that will demonstrate that productive working lands are compatible with the needs of at-risk wildlife species. Seven at-risk species have been identified by federal, state and local wildlife agencies that would benefit from targeted habitat restoration practices on private lands. In Wyoming the at-risk species particularly targeted for this program is the Greater sage-grouse. Applications must be submitted by April 30th to be considered for funding.