The Rainwater Basin Joint Venture strives to facilitate cooperation between government and private groups and individuals in the pursuit of conservation. Decisions and actions are undertaken with a united voice and are founded on common sense and science-based information.
Partners use their collective talents and resources to maintain this sustainable landscape, while recognizing the region’s social, economic, and environmental needs. We envision a landscape that supports healthy agricultural communities, rich with wetlands, streams, and grasslands across the central portion of Nebraska.
To that end, our goals are to:
Our objectives in pursuit of these goals and our strategies for achieving those objectives are outlined in the RWBJV Implementation Plan and four supporting bird conservation plans: the RWBJV Landbird Plan, the RWBJV Shorebird Plan, the RWBJV Waterbird Plan, and the RWBJV Waterfowl Plan.