Partnerships in Action Story Map

Here we are highlighting sagebrush partnerships that build conservation bridges between the science and the people that spark change for their communities. The following are places where public and private partners are collaborating on voluntary, proactive, and highly organized conservation projects that have an impact across large areas. These projects highlight positive examples of cross-boundary coordination on conifer removal, wet meadow restoration, and fire and invasive treatments. 

In its debut release, this story map depicts just a few of the places where partnerships among local communities, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), and the Forest Service (FS) are successfully implementing large-scale sagebrush conservation projects.

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New stories, articles and photos highlighting sagebrush conservation projects and accomplishments involving the BLM, NRCS, and/or the FS within identified key landscapes are welcome and encouraged. If you have other related story ideas that do not fit these criteria, please let us know, so the map creator can find an awesome place to publicly showcase these accomplishments.

Please read and share these successful and inspiring sagebrush country partnerships.