Migratory Bird Joint Ventures: Playa Lakes Joint Venture Base Operations
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Joint ventures, a type of partnership that was initially established upon the implementation of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan, is actually comprised of regional, self-directed organizations involving federal, state, and local governments, corporations, and a vast range of non-governmental conservation groups which have, time and again, proven to an efficient instrument in jump-starting the development of cooperative conservation efforts that are geared towards protecting the habitats of waterfowls and other bird species.

The activities included in the Playa Lakes Joint Venture Base Operations range from biological planning activities to that of conservation design, conservatory delivery with monitoring and research in the fields of adaptive resource management framework, thereby leading to the creation of a biological-science and conservation-partnership base which consequently allows the involved joint venture partners to gather resources for regional projects concentrated in critical habitats for essential bird species.

The US Fish and Wildlife Service has an estimated funding budget amounting to $4,000,000 for the Playa Lakes Joint Venture Base Operations.

Interested readers can find out more about the program in focus if they visit Topgovernmentgrants.com or the Grants.gov website.

The Department of the Interior, the mother agency funding the Playa Lakes Joint Venture Base Operations project, is the government's principal agency responsible for providing access to the country's natural and cultural heritage, including responsibilities to Indian tribes and island communities.



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