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TAKE THE REINS. AND KEEP THEM. Ranchers in sage country are guiding the future of the places they love and using available sage grouse funds to enrich the range. Grazing Systems Conversation sprouts conservation. Fences to lean on, pots of coffee and a desire to do right by the land spur a growing list of on-the-ground successes. Trust & Credibility MOVING A SHARED VISION FORWARD. Productive, intact rangeland is a vision we all share. Ranchers work with our partners knowing that what's good for the grouse is good for the ground. Partnership-Based
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The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) is hiring a manager for its Sage Grouse Habitat Conservation Program, which will be based in Helena.
Photo to the left by Lauren Blair: Moffat County rancher Wes McStay helps create healthy sagebrush habitat through sustainable grazing practices. The story below is excerpted from Where the sage grouse roam by Lauren Blair. This 3-part series appeared in the Craig Daily Press in June 2015. Preserving landscape and grouse “The big empty. Wild country,” McStay said of the land. “And […]
The Sage Grouse Initiative’s Strategic Watershed Action Team (SWAT) is hiring a Range and Wildlife Conservationist to fill a newly created position in Montana. Download the job announcement here.