WAFWA Develops and Strengthens Conservation & Science-oriented Partnerships
We identify and fill the highest priority gaps in scientific knowledge needed to effectively conserve sagebrush dependent species and the sagebrush habitats they depend on.
GIS-based decision support system providing quick access to state fish & wildlife agency priorities to deliver data-driven solutions for proactive decision-making.
We take an ecosystem approach to integrate conservation efforts for shrub and grassland species such as black-footed ferret, swift fox, lesser prairie-chicken, and burrowing owl.
We are a public-private fish habitat partnership that collaborates to conserve, protect, restore and recover 21 native trout and char species across 12 western states.