Ventenata Occurrence and Treatment in Sage-Grouse Core and Growth areas on Lands Encompassed by the Crow Reservation

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Crow Indian Reservation

Project Description

This project will work with the Crow Tribal Council and Bureau of Indian Affairs to strategically treat large infestations of ventenata in coordination with private landowners. Treatment sites will include areas with cultural importance, greater sage-grouse habitat and lek locations, prairie dog colonies and important land management areas.


Crow Tribal Council 

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The western United States’ sagebrush country encompasses over 175 million acres of public and private lands. Sagebrush country contains biological, cultural and economic resources of national significance. America’s sagebrush ecosystem is the largest contiguous ecotype in the continental...