BLM's Greater Sage-Grouse Planning Strategy - WebEx

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The BLM has developed a strategy to sustainably manage sagebrush ecosystems through our planning system. The strategy establishes science-based conservation measures that limit disturbance to critical habitat, restore and enhance sagebrush landscapes and work together to reduce the impacts of fire. And this summer, the BLM will finalize 15 Environmental Impact Statement, including six Resource Management Plan revisions and 68 land use plan amendments that incorporate appropriate measures to conserve and restore sage-grouse habitat.

WebEx Date - Tuesday, April 21, 2015 - 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. EST

Presenter - Stephanie Carman - BLM's Greater Sage-Grouse Project Coordinator

Guest Speaker - Ed Roberson - Assistant Director - Renewable Resources & Planning