*As a participant in the SageWest network, Partnering to Conserve Sagebrush Rangelands is an effort between the Intermountain West Joint Venture and Bureau of Land Management that is supporting SageWest’s efforts by providing this web space for their content.

 
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SageWest: A Sagebrush Communications Network

Launched in 2016, SageWest is a network focused on advancing communications that supports collaborative conservation efforts happening in the sagebrush ecosystem. Members of SageWest represent a wide range of perspectives, thus present a unique opportunity to amplifying existing work and strengthen relationships.

For basic information about SageWest, here is a poster presented at a Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies conference, check out the network’s Charter, and read this FAQ.

To Learn More About SageWest Contact:

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Welcome to the SageWest Newsletter!

Distributed quarterly to members of SageWest, this online publication is focused entirely on the people, places, science, and stories in sagebrush country.

About the Newsletter

The newsletter is the result of collaborative efforts by communicators representing diverse interests, who share a goal of advancing communications around the many efforts being put forward by stakeholders who are interested in the sustainable management of the sagebrush ecosystem. It features newly created as well as curated content from partners across the range.

Learn more about this newsletter project click here and tell them what you think at sagewestnetwork@gmail.com.

Sincerely,

The SageWest Technical Committee

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Past Issues:

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Highlights from our Recent Newsletter:

Saving Sagebrush Country from a Fiery Fate

As western states grapple with the increased frequency and intensity of rangeland wildfires, many communities are asking, where might the next paradise be lost? Is there any way to avoid it?

Humor: #SwipeSagebrush

Spring brings out the creative side of sagebrush critters – learn a bit about them and what they are looking for in their “someone special”.