About this Collection
An educational program has been developed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in collaboration with Engaging Every Student and other partners to help teachers inspire students to think critically about sagebrush sagebrush
The western United States’ sagebrush country encompasses over 175 million acres of public and private lands. The sagebrush landscape provides many benefits to our rural economies and communities, and it serves as crucial habitat for a diversity of wildlife, including the iconic greater sage-grouse and over 350 other species.
Learn more about sagebrush ecosystems. Help us touch the hearts and minds of tens of thousands of young people over the next decade! With resources including lesson plans aligned to standards for grades 4-12, Sagebrush Ecosystem trunks developed by Audubon Rockies, short videos, an educational poster, and expert partners available for classroom visits and/or field work, we seek to connect with the next generation of land stewards.