Three Joint Ventures in Montana and their partners held a summit to examine cross-JV collaboration focused on delivering science-based, partnership-driven conservation.
Noted as one of the most committed landowners to protecting wildlife, habitat, and agricultural lands within the Rio Grande corridor, Hank Taliaferro was presented this award.
Cheatgrass and other invasive grasses loom as a major threat to mule deer sagebrush habitat. Now is the time for hunters and land managers to act!
Partners are encouraged to submit proposals that will improve the nation's water quality, combat drought, enhance soil health, support wildlife habitat and protect agricultural viability.
This position is now closed. This position supports the IWJV’s Water 4 Initiative for water, wetlands, and wet meadow habitat conservation in focal areas.