About RAWA and Oklahoma

The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act of 2021


Bighorn ram in the vicinity of Oklahoma’s Black Mesa State Park. (Photo Courtesy Harvey Payne)




Scissor-tailed flycatcher. (USFWS Digital Image Library)

To amend the Pittman-Robertson Wildlife Restoration Act to make supplemental funds available for management of fish and wildlife species of greatest conservation need as determined by State fish and wildlife agencies, and for other purposes.

TITLE: Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

Oklahoma businesses and organizations sign on to support RAWA

We, the undersigned, support preventing fish, wildlife, and plants from becoming endangered by creating a dedicated federal fund for proactive conservation efforts, led by the states, territories, and tribal nations, to address the nation’s looming wildlife crisis. We support this concept as initially recommended by the Blue Ribbon Panel on Sustaining America’s Diverse Fish and Wildlife Resources, comprised of national business and conservation leaders …
2101 Strategies
Abuelita’s Restaurant
Antioch Energy
Caddo Creek Energy
CG Printing
Chapter 2 Hoke’s Designs
Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma
Core Extreme Sports
Eastside Quick Mart
GG Printing
Griffin and Associates
Guyutes
Hoey Construction
Kids Club
Krown Carpet Cleaning LLC
Latham Consulting Group
Lawrence Capital
Lazer Ops OKC
Moon River Studio Art Gallery
Native Boy Productions
Oklahoma Automatic Door
Oklahoma State University
Quick Mart
Red Clay Capital
Six Mile Line Winery
Straight from Heavenly Bakery
Summerside Vineyard and Winery
Talents Group
Tulsa Bird Dog Association
Twisted Cork
Uniform Experts
Vero’s Bounce House Rentals