The people of the Intermountain West are our greatest asset.

We believe in forging productive, lasting relationships built on trust and respect with a diversity of partners, fostering innovations in our work and producing tangible on-the-ground results for habitat conservation across private and public lands in the West.

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  • The Value of Partnership

    The IWJV brings diverse partners together to build a shared vision for conservation and create win-win solutions for wildlife, agriculture, and industry. Together we can accomplish what no single entity can do alone.

  • Healthy Habitat, Wildlife, and Communities

    The IWJV’s conservation delivery program brings people together to address complex challenges with broad-scale benefits for fish and wildlife, ranching and economic livelihood, and maintenance of the western way of life.

  • Right Practices, Right Places, Right Amount

    By focusing on our strategic conservation framework and priority habitats, the IWJV helps extend limited conservation budgets and address staggering levels of conservation need, in ways that maximize returns for birds, other wildlife, and people.


Working Lands and Habitat Get Boost from RCPP

Funding from the NRCS Regional Conservation Partnership Program makes it easier for Oregon and California farmers and ranchers to conserve habitat.

Completing the Puzzle for Pacific Flyway Waterbird Habitat Conservation

The fate of waterfowl in California’s Central Valley is tightly intertwined with habitat in the Klamath Basin.

WAFWA is Hiring!

The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies is seeking a new Executive Director.

What’s Happening In Your State?

The IWJV builds and strengthens partnerships, which are the lifeblood of conservation in the Intermountain West.

Click on a state to learn about State Conservation Partnerships.