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Tags: Top News; Partner News A new, voluntary wildlife conservation opportunity designed with Montana ranchers in mind is now open for public comment, and the benefits to five species of birds in need could be remarkable.The draft Montana Greater Sage-Grouse and Declining Grassland Songbirds Programmatic Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances (CCAA) and draft Environmental Assessment (EA) is available for a 30-day public review and comment period.At the time, Hixon denied the accusations and told police he was worried the allegations would harm his political career. It's unknown if the new investigation - which had been ongoing since Oct. After resigning from office, Hixon was arrested twice for drunken driving and was charged with misdemeanor resisting arrest last month. Hixon, but I could work with and talk to him," said Rep.

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With an estimated 14 percent of the rangewide breeding population and 18 percent of the rangewide priority areas of conservation within its borders, Idaho plays an important role in the health of greater sage-grouse.

Tags: Top News; Partner News Building on the successful creation of plans and proven models to conserve sagebrush habitat for the Greater Sage-grouse, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Intermountain West Joint Venture (IWJV) have formalized a partnership effort to help maintain the West’s “sagebrush sea.” Tags: Top News; Partner News Tuesday, May 24, 2016 BOISE, ID – U. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell today announced million in funding to help increase the resiliency of critical landscapes across the country to better mitigate the impacts of wildfire and climate change.

A status review conducted by the Service has found that the greater sage-grouse remains relatively abundant and well-distributed across the species’ 173-million acre range and does not face the risk of extinction now or in the foreseeable future.

Tags: Top News; Partner News A new, voluntary wildlife conservation opportunity designed with Montana ranchers in mind was finalized in early 2018.

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