a. Provide national leadership and a collective voice for science-based control, damage reduction, and/or eradication of wild pigs

b. Provide a forum for the exchange of information among the natural resource management field and among all relevant stakeholder groups

c. Identify knowledge gaps in the biology, ecology, and management of wild pigs

d. Provide sound, science-based information to the public, administrators, and policy makers regarding the management of wild pigs

e. Address specific resource concerns, policy and management issues, research priorities and outreach needs through NWPTF Subcommittees comprised of experts in specific areas of wild pig management

f. Promote and facilitate coordinated research activities and international collaboration

g. Utilize newsletters, web pages, magazine articles and other media to disseminate information on the impacts and control of wild pigs

h. Promote and facilitate the applied management of wild pigs and damage