The IWJV organized a four-day tour of the Bear River Watershed to connect journalists to people and place.
A 30-year-old shorebird survey gets a present-day refresh through the collaboration of partners across the Intermountain West.
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.
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.
Trout Unlimited is working with the NRCS to deploy high-tech flood irrigation infrastructure in two Colorado watersheds.
A new video documents how partners in New Mexico's Middle Rio Grande Valley are using science to inform conservation that will help mitigate a drier future.
Researchers from the University of Montana and the Intermountain West Joint Venture conducted the first-ever long-term monitoring of white-faced ibis breeding habitat.
A series of articles from the Klamath Falls Herald and News, Report for America, and the MIT Environmental Solutions Journalism Fellowship provides a fresh and thorough take on the ins and outs and ups and downs of the water crisis in the Klamath Basin.