USGS, USFS release new rangeland fire science plan

Plan addresses sage grouse, sagebrush conservation and restoration, as well as other rangeland threats.

The U.S. Department of the Interior released a new science plan Oct. 31 that will serve as an action-oriented blueprint for acquiring information needed to make science-based decisions to restore and conserve the imperiled "sagebrush sea," a roughly 500,000-square mile area of sagebrush steppe habitat across western North America.

The science plan identifies 37 priority science need

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