About the Science Program
Here in the Mountain-Prairie Region, we leverage the power of our landscape conservation cooperatives to apply strategic habitat conservation, in concert with our partners, through a transparent, peer-reviewed process that ensures the conservation we deliver represents the most-needed and most impactful investment of taxpayer dollars.
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In order to meet 21st Century conservation challenges such as climate change, our business model strives to accomplish the right actions, in the right places, at the right times - all based on sound science. This landscape conservation framework has resulted in greater efficiencies amongst the conservation community and strengthened partnerships between the Service and other scientific and resource management organizations. It has also led to groundbreaking conservation successes, such as the preservation of millions of acres of intact habitats in areas including the Flint Hills of Kansas, the wetland complexes of the Dakotas, and the Rocky Mountain Front and Blackfoot River valley in Montana, while preserving the rich cultural and agricultural heritage of these landscapes.