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January 15, Greater Sage Grouse Workshop

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Greater Sage Grouse
Courtesy US FWS

BAS.HEADER.blm_.baldwin.smithsonian.butte_.jpgWhen:
Wednesday, January 15th from 7-8:30 pm
Where:
First Presbyterian Church Brunner Hall (200 West Center St, Logan. Enter from west side of building)
Purpose:
Meet with federal and state agency personnel who will discuss and invite citizen comments on new management plans to secure the future of the Greater Sage Grouse whose populations have been in rapid decline due to loss of critical habitat. Based on the identified threats to the greater sage-grouse by the US Fish & Wildlife Service, the BLM and Forest Service need to incorporate clear and specific objectives and adequate conservation measures into their plans by September 2014 in order to conserve greater sage-grouse and avoid a potential listing under the Endangered Species Act. This event is being sponsored by the Bridgerland Audubon Society, Bear River Watershed Council, and Intermountain Bioneers. Continue reading January 15, Greater Sage Grouse Workshop