2018 Annual Report
Learn what we have achieved together in the Partnering to Conserve Sagebrush Rangelands 2018 Annual Report.
IMPORTANT RESULTS IN 2018:
102 projects completed
66,154 acres impacted with a diversity of conservation treatments
$3.226 million of projects funded
387 partners engaged
116 landowner visits
72 forums created to support public and private partners
OUR PARTNERSHIP ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
387+ (and growing) key partners representing federal agencies, state fish and wildlife agencies, local government and non-governmental organizations, tribes and universities
14+ state fish and wildlife and agriculture agencies engaged through direct funding, guidance/oversight or collaboration on projects
400+ BLM contacts in the IWJV partnership database
2 statewide collaboratives in the Great Basin (Idaho and Nevada) that are networking >53 partners
A legacy approach to cross-state collaboration in the Bi-State with 302+ partners
The IWJV and Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies are lock-step in a long-run effort to conserve the sagebrush ecosystem and proactively support wildlife populations and communities for future generations.
In the upcoming year, this partnership will also seek to engage the Western Governor’s Association via actions associated with the sagebrush-relevant Secretarial Orders.