Capacity for Partnerships in the Sagebrush Ecosystem
$1.3 million (approximate)
|FY24||$1.3 million (approximate)|
New or existing staff positions will receive funding to target-focused partnership work. Several positions are matched or supported by State or partner funding as well. These positions increase critical capacity to build partnerships and deliver on-the-ground conservation projects. These positions support the full range of sagebrush country, with position locations indicated below. Capacity positions support partnerships for on the ground project implementation.
|ID||Partnerships Coordinators (2)||BLM, Idaho Fish and Wildlife Office||Positions were funded or newly added in FY22, FY23, and FY24|
|OR||Partnerships Coordinators (2)||Soil & Water Conservation Districts, BLM, landowners||Positions were funded or newly added in FY22, FY23, and FY24.|
|WA||Partnerships Coordinators (2)||TBD||Positions were funded or newly added in FY23 and FY24.|
|MT||Project Implementation Support (1)||TBD||New in FY23.|
|NV||Sagebrush Coordinator (1), Partnerships Coordinator (1)||Nevada Department of Wildlife, public & private landowners, Tribes||Continued funding from FY22. Added funding in FY23. New position in FY24 based in Reno, NV.|
|WY||Project Implementation Support (1), Tribal Engagement positions with Wind River (1)|
NRCS, Pheasants Forever, Wyoming Fish and Game Department.
Wind River Reservation.
New in FY24.
|Rangewide||Commmunications Support (1)||Intermountain West Joint Venture||Continued funding from FY22, FY23, and FY24.|
|Rangewide||Conservation Efforts Database (CED) upgrades||U.S. Geological Survey||FY23|
|Rangewide||Spatial Landscape Ecologist||TBD||FY24|