Bi-State Action Plan Cover Photo

The 2012 Bi-State Action Plan (BSAP) is a conservation tool that documents the coordinated efforts of Bi-State participants, the consensus of agency biologists on recommended strategies and actions for Bi-State Sage-Grouse conservation, and conservation measures that have been completed. It also provides a comprehensive framework of administrative actions, regulatory mechanisms, habitat improvement treatments, monitoring, and research in a science-based adaptive management approach.

Primary Goal of BSAP

Volunteer pinyon juniper eradication

In 2004, the first conservation plan for the Bi-State DPS was released, developed and driven by the Local Area Working Group (LAWG). From 2004-2011, members of the LAWG implemented the plan, quietly completing thousands of acres of habitat improvement projects.

Cattle & Pronghorn in Lek
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