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.
A unique Wetland Reserve Easement in the Klamath Basin provides grounds for multi-agency collaboration—and much-needed wetland habitat.
A 30-year-old shorebird survey gets a present-day refresh through the collaboration of partners across the Intermountain West.
New science from the IWJV and partners highlights a path to strategic conservation decision-making in the face of severe wetland drying in the Pacific Flyway.
This position will further conservation delivery of NRCS Conservation Implementation Strategies (CIS) and other working lands conservation programs in southeastern Oregon.
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.
A new funding opportunity from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation seeks to leverage and connect partners in conservation.
Jay Gibbs and Kevin Conroy are the recipients of the IWJV's 2021 Conservation Partner Award, which was delivered at the Spring 2022 IWJV Management Board Meeting in Boise, ID.