This is a regular round-up of open positions in partnership-driven conservation across the West, hosted in part or in full by the Intermountain West Joint Venture
Targeted NRCS funding for flood irrigation infrastructure in the San Luis Valley recognizes the role flood irrigation plays for wildlife, for the watershed, and for the community.
In May, the IWJV's Sage Capacity Team traveled to the Arizona Strip to look at sagebrush rangeland restoration projects and meet in person for the first time in two years.
A total of 31 western conservationists representing a diversity of perspectives participated in the first course, and the program is now recruiting for the 2022-2023 course.
Private lands conservation is an important part of maintaining critical wetland habitat in the Intermountain West. These resources are intended to help you learn more.
A new Soil Conservationist/Civil Engineering Technician in the Alamosa NRCS office will provide much-needed capacity assistance to farmers and ranchers in Colorado's San Luis Valley.