Development and land use have eliminated and degraded millions of acres of the Sagebrush Sea, threatening sage-grouse and hundreds of other wildlife species that depend on sagebrush habitats.
The federal government is engaged in an unprecedented planning process to develop and implement new conservation measures for sage-grouse on millions of acres of public land.
The Sagebrush Sea is the seemingly endless sagebrush grasslands that cover the yawning basins and broad plateaus of the Intermountain West.
SAVE THE SAGEBRUSH SEA
Sage-grouse are the charismatic ambassador of the Sagebrush Sea.