The National Conservation Partnership is the dynamic relationship between
federal, state, and nonprofit groups that have pledged to jointly provide
national conservation leadership.
The Partnership was formalized in January 1993 when three conservation
leaders signed a national agreement, pledging to work together for natural
resource conservation. A fourth partner was added in 1997.
Independently, Partnership members have separate responsibilities for
sustaining the environment and conserving the nation's natural resources. As
partners in conservation, they speak with a unified voice and act to realize a
common vision: A productive nation in harmony with a quality environment.
The National Conservation Partnership commitment involves:
Listening and responding to customers' local resource conservation needs;