Our Impact

The ability to find common ground among diverse interests has proven to be a significant factor in the success of the IWJV partnership. As a result, the IWJV and its partners:

  • provide conservation leadership
  • foster strategic collaboration
  • build regional capacity for conservation
  • leverage funding opportunities
  • develop a strong science foundation to guide conservation
  • emphasize habitat delivery outcomes
  • recognize and support conservation leaders
  • communicate with public and private partners within our region and beyond
  • support bird habitat conservation on working ranchlands

Since 1994, the IWJV’s track record includes:

  • 3.8 million acres conserved using key conservation programs
  • $581 million in on-the-ground habitat conservation
  • 4,000+ partnership network
  • 39:1 ratio of leveraged funds to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service base funding allocation

Working together is always better.

Our staff has a wide range of professional experience, including non-profit management, bird conservation science, spatial ecology, habitat delivery, policy, strategic planning and communications, and contract management.


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