State Of The Birds Report on Trinational Vulnerability Assessment Read more >
The NGPJV Management Board has announced that it awarded five Conservation Grants available for 2016. These grants are meant to enhance conservation delivery through increased capacity, habitat projects that serve as catalysts for additional action, and improved science and monitoring. Grantees for 2016 included Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, World Wildlife Fund, and Montana Aquatic Resources, Inc. Activities include a new partner biologist position in Jordan, MT; field research on demographic rates in grassland sparrows; integrated monitoring; regional modeling of conversion effects on water quality and quantitiy; and an innovative channel migration easement effort on the Yellowstone River. Objectives of the grants program, details on applying, and selection criteria as applied in 2016 are outlined in the pdf file below. Updated criteria for 2017 will be included in an rfp to be issued in October.
Wetlands provide rancher and farmers with livestock water
and much more... Read more >
The North American Wetlands Conservation Council is accepts proposals for projects involving long-term wetland conservation once a year in the fall. 2016 proposals will be due 3 November.
The HAPET office, and NGPJV technical committee are working on better products and better ways to make them available...... Read more >
Check out the 2016 fact sheets available for North Dakota,
South Dakota, Montana and Wyoming...
The NGPJV builds and strengthens partnerships, which are the lifeblood of conservation. Click on a state to learn more.
The Northern Great Plains JV is a diverse partnership of federal, state and nongovernmental agencies... Read More >
The NGPJV operates across parts of 4 states and encompasses 100 million acres of some of the most diverse and intact landscapes in the Northern Great Plains... Read more >
The NGPJV conserves priority bird habitats through partnership-driven, science-based projects and programs... Read More >