We may be independent-minded landowners, but we recognize that no one can solve the complex challenges of the day alone. Western Landowners Alliance is proud to feature and collaborate with many dedicated organizations and individuals who share a common interest in building a healthier and more productive West. In fact, we believe that place-based collaboration is the essential foundation for successful and enduring stewardship. Through this resource page, we highlight collaborative initiatives along with information, ideas and resources of interest to landowners from partners and friends of the West.
RVCC: Sign On to 2018 Issue Papers
RVCC Priorities: Farm Bill and FY2019 Appropriations.Once finalized, RVCC will deliver our recommendations to decision makers in DC for our Western Week in Washington May 1-3, 2018.
Letter to the House and Senate - October 2017
205 organizations representing the Partner Caucus on Fire Suppression Funding Solutions urge Congress to support the Wildfie Disaster Funding Act.
Letter to Sec. Zinke - September 2017
Western Landowners Alliance, The Nature Conservancy, Environmental Defense Fund, Common Ground Capital and KCoe Conservation LLC join forces in support of ecologically sound compensatory mitigation policies.
Forests in the Farm Bill Coalition - July 2017
100 organizations sign on to collaboratively develop recommendations for the 2018 Farm Bill.
Toward a Healthy and Productive West
Five common sense principles endorsed by more than 130 organizations light the path to a better West.
Resilience in New Mexico Agriculture: Strategic Plan - 2017
Recommendations by a statewide agriculture task force in support of stronger agricultural sector.
Letter to House & Senate re: Fiscal Year 2017
254 organizations stand united in opposing further cuts to programs within the jurisdiction of the Senate and House Agriculture Committees.
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