Decades of restoration are accumulating to keep a key tributary to Montana's Blackfoot River functioning for ranchers and native trout.
The IWJV is looking for a Science to Implementation Specialist to help us integrate science, data, tools, local, and traditional knowledge into strategic habitat conservation planning and delivery.
In New Mexico’s Middle Rio Grande, conservation partners look at farmland owners as allies. They are a major part of the big-picture perspective that wetland conservationists have in this bottleneck in the Central Flyway.
An oxbow restoration on a tribally held easement on a working Sycan River ranch is by all means a simple project—but for the partners involved, it’s a glimpse into a brighter future in the Klamath Basin.
Sage grouse, deer, pronghorn, elk, and the waterfowl reliant on North America’s “duck factory” all depend on healthy native grasslands in north-central Montana. These partners are building a community that keeps this system intact.