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USDA-NRCS Press Release: New Frameworks Guide Conservation Action on America’s Working Rangelands

April 6, 2021

Learn about the new Framework for Conservation Action in the Sagebrush Biome through this post and a webinar on April 8th, 2021.

Healthy Rangelands Store Critical Carbon Above and Below the Surface

March 31, 2021

Learn how healthy rangelands store carbon and what WLFW is doing to ensure these rangelands remain resilient and healthy into the future.

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Working Lands Snapshot | WILDFLOWERS

March 18, 2021

Learn all about wildflowers, also called forbs, in this Western Working Lands Snapshot.

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Healthy Grass Equals Profitable Ranches

March 15, 2021

The Blair family has worked hard to make their ranch profitable and resilient which benefits wildlife and the next generation. Read all about their work with SGI and other groups that have helped them earn a 2020 Leopold Conservation Award.

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Shared Capacity, Shared Success

February 21, 2021

Learn about the Strategic Action Watershed Team and how these partner-positions are adding significant capacity to NRCS offices across the West.

New technology helps ranchers maximize grass production

February 17, 2021

How much forage have you lost to woody species? The Rangeland Analysis Platform can help quantify forage loss and pinpoint where to invest conservation funding. Join the NRCS for a free webinar about using the RAP to incorporate economics into area-wide planning on February 25 at 3 p.m. ET.

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Western Working Lands Snapshot | Wet Habitat in the West

October 2, 2020

Learn about the wet, or mesic, habitats that cover 2% of the arid West but are critical to wildlife and livestock.

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Sage Whiz Quiz | Life Cycle of Sage Grouse

September 29, 2020

Test your knowledge of the life cycle of sage grouse in this Sage Whiz Quiz.

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