Rainwater Basin Joint Venture

In the wetlands of the Rainwater Basin and across Nebraska’s mixed-grass prairies, Rainwater Basin Joint Venture partners achieve habitat conservation through cooperation and sound science. Landowners, conservation organizations and government agencies work together through Joint Venture programs to provide habitat for millions of migratory waterfowl, shorebirds, and other wildlife in this highly productive agricultural landscape.

Contact Rainwater Basin Joint Venture

Andy Bishop
Joint Venture Coordinator
2550 N Diers Ave. Suite L
Grand Island, Nebraska  68803
Phone: (308) 382-8112


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