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The positions will provide technical assistance to the Natural Resources Conservation Service and will be marketing and delivering Farm Bill conservation programs. 
 
“We are elated to have Ed joining the IWJV Team and leading the Working Wet Meadows Initiative in SONEC,” said Dave Smith, IWJV Coordinator.
 
Approximately $200,000 has been earmarked for social science grants, and several are expected to be awarded. The deadline for submitting proposals is Nov. 30, 2017. 
 
The grant funds recently received will address these challenges by building on the work of the two previous NAWCA grant awards.
 
This land acquisition highlights how Costilla County, connectivity, and conservation go hand-in-hand in the Rio Grande’s headwaters.
 
The IWJV recognized a long-standing collaborative effort that has been instrumental in advancing strategic, landscape-scale habitat conservation in an important region.
 
The portal was born out of a new effort to support the BLM and its partners in implementing strategic conservation practices across public and neighboring private lands.
 
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