Thursday, June 08, 2006
Common Ground: Celebrating Conservation Partnerships
Cooperative partnerships are a cornerstone of The Nature Conservancy’s work around the world. By joining forces with organizations that share our vision we accomplish far more than we could on our own. By finding common ground with communities and developers, ranchers and farmers, government agencies and corporations, we develop creative and practical solutions that balance human needs with conservation goals.
Read a special feature on The Nature Conservancy's web site, including examples of partnerships around the United States.
In Idaho, the Conservancy works with many organizations, government agencies, farmers and ranchers, businesses and individuals around the state, including in the Owyhees (pictured), where the Conservancy is working for the future of its 45 Ranch and participating in the Owyhee Initiative.