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“Defend the Core” — Fighting back against rangeland invaders in sagebrush country

February 24, 2022

Working Lands for Wildlife is leading a new charge to Defend the Core and fighting back against invasive annual grasses.

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Publication Alert: A geographic strategy for cross-jurisdictional, proactive management of invasive annual grasses in Oregon

February 23, 2022

A new “Defend the Core” strategy for addressing invasive annual grasses is emerging in Oregon and it parallels other efforts across the West.

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Amid the skeletons of burned sagebrush, cheatgrass creates a monoculture if untreated post-wildfire. Photo: Mike PellantDon’t Get Cheated By Invasive Grasses

August 17, 2020

Farmers and ranchers can’t afford to ignore the economic challenges posed by cheatgrass.

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Field technicians find radio-collared sage grouse hens using telemetry. Photo by Kenton Rowe.Quantifying Outcomes Improves Conservation Effectiveness

October 8, 2019

Since 2012, Working Lands for Wildlife has partnered with the Conservation Effects Assessment Project to co-produce 37 peer-reviewed studies that measure conservation outcomes, build accountability, and improve conservation effectiveness across the West.

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Watch Working Lands For Wildlife Presentations from 2019 Society for Range Management Conference

March 19, 2019

Working Lands for Wildlife video presentations from the 2019 Society for Range Management Conference featuring new technologies that can help improve rangeland management in the West now available for viewing.

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Patterns in Rangeland Productivity and Land Ownership and What They Mean for Conservation

March 6, 2019

Ask an Expert: Dr. Brady Allred, Associate Professor of Rangeland Ecology, University of Montana | Patterns in Rangeland Productivity and Land Ownership and What They Mean for Conservation

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