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    Pronghorn migrating adjacent to the Craters of the Moon National Monument


    Little Wood vista

    Links

    Pioneers Alliance Blog
    http://pioneersalliance.wordpress.com/


    Participating organizations

    The Conservation Fund
    www.conservationfund.org

    Idaho Bureau of Land Management, Shoshone Field Office
    www.blm.gov/id/st/en.html

    Idaho Conservation League
    www.idahoconservation.org

    Idaho Department of Fish and Game
    www.fishandgame.idaho.gov

    Idaho Department of Lands
    www.idl.idaho.gov

    Lava Lake Institute for Science and Conservation
    www.lavalakeinstitute.org

    National Park Service, Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve
    www.nps.gov/crmo

    The Nature Conservancy
    www.nature.org

    United States Forest Service
    www.usfs.gov

    Wildlife Conservation Society
    www.wcs.org

    Wood River Land Trust
    www.woodriverlandtrust.org


    Other Resources

    The Blackfoot Challenge
    www.blackfootchallenge.org
    The Mission of The Blackfoot Challenge is to coordinate efforts that will enhance, conserve and protect the natural resources and rural lifestyles of the Blackfoot River Valley for present and future generations.

    Diablo Trust
    www.diablotrust.org

    Great Northern Environmental Stewardship Area
    http://gnsa.org

    Malpai Borderlands Group
    www.diablotrust.org
    A grassroots, landowner-driven nonprofit organization attempting to implement ecosystem management on nearly one million acres of virtually unfragmented open-space landscape in southeastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico.

    The New Ranch Network
    www.newranch.net

    Quivira Coalition
    www.quiviracoalition.org

    P. O. Box 2249 • Hailey, Idaho 83333 • Phone 208.788.1378 • Fax 208.788.1264 • info@lavalakeinstitute.org
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