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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: Hero for a Day
How Small Pieces of Plastic Can Save Hundreds of Sage Grouse.
See how a new approach to mapping is helping Sage Grouse Initiative partners zero in on critical habitat and how to enhance it.
News & Announcements
Bi-State (Nevada/California) sage grouse thrive on Masini Ranch, participants in Sage Grouse Initiative conservation easements and enhancements.
Natural Resources Conservation Service Chief Jason Weller praised ranchers, partners and the Sage Grouse Initiative at last week’s International Sage Grouse Forum in Salt Lake City, Utah.
U.S. Senator Michael Bennet recently joined the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust (CCALT) for a tour of three ranches in northwest Colorado. All conserve sage grouse habitat.
Sage grouse, ranching, research, and wildlife viewers are all part of the award-winning Tanner Ranch in NW Utah – a Sage Grouse Initiative success story.
International sage grouse forum to be held in Salt Lake City, Nov. 13-14.