Lower Mississippi Valley Joint Venture Updated:11/2021

The Lower MS Valley Joint Venture is a self-directed, non-regulatory private, state, and federal conservation partnership that exists for the purpose of sustaining bird populations and their habitats within the Lower Mississippi Valley and West Gulf Coastal Plain regions through implementing and communicating the goals and objectives of relevant national and international bird conservation plans.

The Lower Mississippi Valley Joint Venture functions as the forum in which the private, state, and federal conservation community develops a shared vision of bird conservation for the Lower Mississippi Valley and West Gulf Coastal Plain regions; cooperates in its implementation; and collaborates in its refinement.

Our partnership focuses on the protection, restoration, and management of birds in the Lower Mississippi Valley and West Gulf Coastal Plain regions and their habitats.


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Contact Lower Mississippi Valley Joint Venture

Keith McKnight
Coordinator
2524 South Frontage Road
Suite C
Vicksburg, MS  39180
Phone: 601-629-6604
Fax: 601-636-9541


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