This paper describes the spatial diversity of sage grouse range, short- and long-term dynamics and disturbance regimes across this ecosystem, and potential management implications related to sage grouse habitat.
This publication represents a synthesis of what is known about the history, biology, ecology and management of western juniper. This species occupies 9 million acres in central and eastern Oregon, northeastern California, southwestern Idaho, and northwestern Nevada, and occurs in a few outlying...
Droughts are part of life for farming communities. Early planning and decision making is important. If decisions are left until a drought worsens, many of the management options available early may no longer be possible.
New research shows that paying communities in Mexico to conserve and manage their jointly-owned property doesn’t just benefit the environment—it strengthens social relationships and a sense of community within those areas as well.
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