U.S. Bureau of Land Management

As the steward of more than half of all remaining sagebrush habitat in the United States, the BLM is playing a leading role in developing and implementing land management actions to conserve the sage grouse. Maintaining and restoring sagebrush landscapes on public lands is the BLM’s primary means of conserving sage-grouse populations and one of its most important current programs. The BLM is working with partners to develop new or revised approaches to sage-grouse conservation through land-use plans that will carry out actions range-wide to conserve and restore the greater sage-grouse and its habitat on BLM lands.

Contact: Steve Small, National Sage Grouse Coordinator – 202.912.7366, 
20 M Street, S.E., Washington, DC 20003