NAWCA Council Awards $1.4 Million to Support Wetlands in PLJV Region

Spotted Tail Creek Complex

This year, the North American Wetlands Conservation Council funded five projects within the PLJV region to receive North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) grants. Together, these five projects will provide $1.4 million in federal funds and another $2,206,303 in matching funds to support long-term wetland acquisition, restoration, and enhancement of more than 13,126 acres, benefiting […]

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City of Clovis and PLJV Join Forces to Provide Municipal Water and Bird Habitat

On Tuesday, June 19, the City of Clovis and Playa Lakes Joint Venture (PLJV) formalized their partnership with a joint resolution to provide public education about the significance of playas to groundwater recharge and wildlife habitat and to restore playas in Curry County, New Mexico, so they can better provide those benefits. The resolution was […]

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2017 Annual Report Highlights Cross-disciplinary Partnerships

The 2017 Annual Report demonstrates how the PLJV partnership is building change for the long run and cross-pollinating among disciplines to up our overall game. The biologists are appreciating the importance of social science, the researchers are fine-tuning their understanding of Farm Bill programs to better target habitat, and habitat folks are requesting landscape design […]

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PLJV Works With Industry to Guide Energy Development Near Playas

The western Great Plains provides abundant energy resources—from oil and gas to wind and solar—but often the necessary infrastructure needed to capture that energy is placed in the middle of or near playas. To help energy developers understand the importance of playas and how to preserve their functionality as wildlife habitat and recharge wetlands, PLJV […]

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