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    Landscape Scale Conservation

    The Institute seeks to maintain an un-fragmented landscape in the Pioneer - Craters region. The Institute is partnering with The Nature Conservancy, the Wood River Land Trust, The Conservation Fund, the Idaho Conservation League, and other entities to accomplish long-term land protection measures.

    These land conservation efforts will protect migration corridors and core habitat for wide-ranging wildlife species including pronghorn, sage grouse, deer, and elk, and for sensitive and/or declining species. In addition, the Institute works to protect free flowing waterways and associated riparian habitats.

    Landscape Scale Conservation

    Baltic rush meadow at the base of the Pioneer Mountains along Muldoon Creek.

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