Leveraging strong partnerships is central to the mission of the Landscape Toolbox project. The organizations below are actively participating in developing, testing, and implementing the tools and techniques that make up the Toolbox.
The following partners have helped us in the past to develop the Toolbox and constitute our primary users. These partners represent diverse groups ranging from agency managers and biologists, to private landowners and university staff.
- USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service
- U.S. Geological Survey
- Idaho Department of Fish and Game
- Idaho Farm Bureau
- New Mexico State University
- University of Idaho
- The Oregon Chapter of TNC
- Lava Lake Land & Livestock, L.L.C.
Funding & Support
Initial funding for the Landscape Toolbox was provided by generous grants from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, The Nature Conservancy’s Rodney Johnson-Katherine Ordway Science Endowment, and Lava Lake Land & Livestock, LLC.
Sustaining funding for the Landscape Toolbox is provided by the USDA-ARS Jornada Experimental Range and the Bureau of Land Management.