The Washington Conservation Partnership is a self-directed work group including representatives from State and Federal agencies, tribes, non-government conservation organizations, land trusts, local conservation districts, universities and private landowners. The primary goal is to use public-private partnerships to conserve important wildlife habitat throughout eastern Washington. Emphasis is placed on strategic conservation of wetland, sage-steppe, riparian, and Palouse Prairie grassland habitats. For more information, please contact IWJV staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The IWJV builds and strengthens partnerships, which are the lifeblood of conservation in the Intermountain West.
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