Early morning gather in Northern Calfornia Nevada Winter - photo by Duane Coombs Little Snake River Valley, Wyoming-Colorado border - photo by Tuda Libby Crews Florida Flatwoods Working Landscape South Dakota June 2012 - photo by USFWS Central Nevada - photo by Duane Coombs Short grass prairie, South East Colorado South Dakota Temporary Wetland - photo by USFWS Royal Flush South Dakota - photo by Dennis Larson, USDA-NRCS Van Duzen River, Northern California Wyoming Sheep Camp New Mexico, the restored Ute Creek

About Us

Improving the Landscape through Communication

Established in 2008, Partners for Conservation embodies a grassroots movement of private landowners working with agencies, non-profit organizations, and policymakers to collaborate on conservation projects for present and future generations. It represents the voices of 21st century conservation and the collective effort to support working landscapes through voluntary, incentive-based public and private programs.


Working Landscapes Regional Collaboration Workshop, Susanville California February 24-25, 2015

Private Lands Partners Day 2015, North Platte, NE Summary Report

A Collaborative Vision of Success for Sensitive Species Management

Private Lands Partners Day 2014 Final Agenda

Private Lands Partners Day 2014 Presentations

Partners for Conservation Fact Sheet


Partners for Conservation Chairman Jim Stone at the 2011 Conserving the Future Conference – Madison, Wisconsin