Job Announcement: NAWCA Grant Program Support Contract

This opportunity is currently closed.

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Woven Together by Water: Ecosystems, Communities, and Irrigation in the Klamath Basin

People, wildlife, and the landscape itself are all bound to the past, present, and future of irrigation infrastructure in the Klamath Basin.

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USDA Under Secretary for Farm Production and Conservation visits Montana’s Blackfoot Valley

Bill Northey visited the Rolling Stone Ranch to discuss agriculture’s vital role in collaborative conservation.

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Partnering with Students and Universities to Deliver Conservation Science

A new webpage explores collaborative science and research undertaken by the IWJV and its university partners.

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Beyond the Banks: Collaborative Conservation in Montana’s Big Hole Valley

Ranchers, federal and state agencies, and local NGOs come together to drive lasting conservation with a landowner-first approach.

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Private Lands Conservation: Success Stories and Tools

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.

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Maintaining Resiliency of Continental Waterbird Flyways

IWJV scientists develop mapping tools to visualize long-term wetland trends to determine how wetlands respond to changing water availability.

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IWJV-UM Student Employee Graduates

The IWJV Team congratulates Megan Delamont on her graduation from UM.

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Working together is always better

We’re always looking for new partners with mutually beneficial programs to advance projects that benefit birds and other wildlife, ranching, industry, and economic livelihoods of western communities and cultures.

Let's Work Together