Washington State Conservation Partnership
The Washington Conservation Partnership is a self-directed work group including representatives from State and Federal agencies, tribes, non-government conservation organizations, land trusts, local conservation districts, universities and private landowners. The primary goal is to use public-private partnerships to conserve important wildlife habitat throughout eastern Washington. Emphasis is placed on strategic conservation of wetland, sage-steppe, riparian, and Palouse Prairie grassland habitats. Activities of the Partnership are facilitated by the IWJV Washington Coordinator and formal decisions are made by an Executive Committee comprised of representatives of the following entities: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Ducks Unlimited, Yakima Nation and the IWJV Washington Coordinator. The Partnership welcomes input from conservation oriented interest groups and individuals focused on strategic habitat conservation within the IWJV boundary of eastern Washington.
IWJV Washington Coordinator
16710 West Sterling Road
Cheney, WA 99004
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Bureau of Land Management U.S. Forest Service Natural Resources Conservation Service Ducks Unlimited U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Inland Northwest National Wildlife Refuge Complex U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program Pheasants Forever, Inc. Cowiche Canyon Conservancy Eastern Washington University University of Idaho Blue Mountain Land Trust Inland Northwest Land Trust Okanogan Valley Land Trust Kalispel Tribe Yakama Nation Walla Walla County Conservation District