Conservation Roundup: Fall 2013

IWJV News: When resources run dry, timing habitat, Farm Bill, & more...

Washington state landowners team up with Farm Bill programs to implement ag-based wildlife habitat enhancement.
In spite of the severe drought conditions and other conservation challenges, there is reason for hope in New Mexico because of the impressive partnerships that support the Rio Grande and the habitat it harbors.
Degraded stream channels get a makeover to benefit a plethora of wildlife and human uses.
The Blanca Wildlife Habitat Area provides crucial shorebird habitat. Science modeling helps these birds access habitat when they most need it.
Lakes, ponds, and seasonally wet areas within the IWJV region are of critical importance to international shorebird populations.
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