By Published On: July 14, 2020

Partnering with Students and Universities to Deliver Conservation Science

The Intermountain West Joint Venture (IWJV) and its partners at the University of Montana have recently compiled a webpage highlighting collaborative science around migratory waterfowl and wetland conservation. The IWJV strives to deliver working science to our private and public land partners, and partnerships like this one help address a critical science capacity gap. Partnering with university faculty and students allows the IWJV to develop and produce science needed to further conservation work around wetlands, sagebrush, and migratory birds.

View the page here, or check out our Science and Strategic Initiatives page to learn more about collaborative conservation science from the IWJV and its partners.