The following are key resources that our partnership is utilizing and promoting for continued conservation success for sagebrush rangelands, people, and wildlife:
Documents and Reports
For information on sage grouse plans and species status review, please visit the following websites: state fish and wildlife agencies, BLM, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service, Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, and Western Governors Association.
Partnering to Conserve Sagebrush Rangelands - Introduction
This list highlights peer-reviewed literature that supports actionable science related to our three conservation practices and collaborative conservation efforts with partners.
Pretreatment tree dominance and conifer removal treatments affect plant succession in sagebrush communities by Williams, R. et al. 2017
Pinyon and Juniper Encroachment into Sagebrush Ecosystems Impacts Distribution and Survival of Greater Sage-Grouse by Peter S. Coates et al. 2017
Encounters with Pinyon-Juniper Influence Riskier Movements in Greater Sage-Grouse Across the Great Basin by Brian G. Prochazka et al. 2017
Extending Conifer Removal and Landscape Protection Strategies from Sage-grouse to Songbirds, a Range-Wide Assessment by J.P. Donnelly et al. 2017
Mapping Tree Canopy Cover in Support of Proactive Prairie Grouse Conservation in Western North America by M.J. Falkowski et al. 2017
Public Lands and Private Waters: Scarce Mesic Resources Structure Land Tenure and Sage-grouse Distributions by J.P. Donnelly et al. 2016
Effects of Conifer Expansion on Greater Sage-Grouse Nesting Habitat Selection by A. Olson et al. 2016
Strategies and Approaches
Using Resistance and Resilience Concepts to Reduce Impacts of Invasive Annual Grasses and Altered Fire Regimes on the Sagebrush Ecosystem and Greater Sage-Grouse: A Strategic Multi-Scale Approach by J.C. Chambers et al. 2014