Where We're Working
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service staff are engaged in a variety of conservation projects across the sagebrush ecosystem, some of which are highlighted in the storymap below.
We also provide funding to partners to carry out conservation activities that will improve the health of the sagebrush ecosystem. Use the tabs to see projects based on type.
- Private Partnerships: locations where Service staff and partners are working with private landowners, especially ranchers, to voluntarily conserve wildlife.
- Fighting Invasion, Achieving Restoration: locations where Service staff or funding is furthering work to fight invasive annual grasses like cheatgrass, or collecting native seeds to restore healthy native plant communities.
- Greater Sage-Grouse: projects and feature stories about our work to conserve and study the iconic greater sage-grouse.
- Science and Research: research projects and papers that our biologists have contributed to or that we have helped to fund that further the scientific community’s understanding of sagebrush habitats and species.
- Partnership Grants: grants to which we have contributed funding that deploy resources towards on-the-ground conservation with our partners.