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Conservation Program(s): Northern Great Plains
Project Title: Adding capacity for stewardship of private lands in the Northern Great Plains
Organization: Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory
Project ID: 0103.17.055429
Status: Active
Description: Bird Conservancy of the Rockies will address the documented need for building local capacity to implement on-the-ground conservation by supporting three Stewardship Biologist positions in 3 focal areas of the NGP (Missouri/Milk River Grasslands, Dakota Grasslands, and Powder River/Thunder Basin Grasslands) to establish public-private conservation partnerships, provide targeted outreach to landowners, and implement grassland habitat enhancement and restoration projects. The Stewardship Biologists will conduct at least 100 one-on-one landowner visits, coordinate with partners on four workshops, and conduct other outreach reaching over 4,000 people. By using conservation plans for guidance, and in combination with additional information developed by Bird Conservancy, they will strategically engage at least 15 landowners to participate in conservation programs enhancing 27,500 acres. Lastly, they will facilitate partnerships between landowners and land trusts to conserve through easements.
Award Amount: $230,000.00
Matching Contribution: $578,000.00
Location: Stewardship Biologists will work predominantly in areas of western South Dakota, northeast Wyoming and central Montana however they will travel to realize opportunities with partners in other areas on the Northern Great Plains including se MT and w ND.
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