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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
On the ground is what matters most.
Science drives effective on-the-ground solutions, and effective solutions take off from there.Science Driven
VIDEO: Establishing Conservation Easements
Ranchers & Sage Grouse Find the Elbow Room They Need to Make A Living.
Our field staff helps landowners carry out SGI projects in 11 western states.
News & Announcements
Sage Grouse E-News for Jan. 29 rounds up a few great highlights from the last two weeks from the Sage Grouse Initiative.
A colossal voluntary effort is keeping the Intermountain West’s sagebrush steppe intact, which protects one of the highest density populations of greater sage grouse range-wide.
Managing Pinyon-Juniper Expansion in Sagebrush Ecosystems: Next Steppe for the Bi-State
Date: February 25-26, 2015, Minden, Nevada
The Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory in partnership with the Sage Grouse Initiative seeks a Private Lands Range/Wildlife Ecologist, based in Kremmling, Colorado. Applications due Feb 15.
South Dakota Rancher Ron Steineke makes water delivery and grazing improvements that benefit his cattle along with sage grouse and other wildlife.