Sage-Grouse Document Library
Here is a collection of documents and articles that we commonly reference to build conservation plans and write grants. If there are any additional items that you would like to see here, please email them to email@example.com or submit them below.
Oregon Sage-Grouse Action Plan
Published in 2015 by SageCon in response to the need for statewide guidance on increasing sage-grouse populations and improving their habitat.
Crook Deschutes CCAA
This is the official agreement between Crook SWCD and US Fish and Wildlife Service. The document describes the roles and responsibilities of all parties and outline the conservation measures that landowners can implement.
Oregon All-Counties Strategic Action Plan
Developed in conjunction with the Oregon all Counties Sage Grouse Steering Committee, this document addresses the specific goals that we plan to reach by 2045.
Below are links to documents that inform sage-grouse management in Oregon. We include peer reviewed documents as well as whitepapers and gray literature that we use to inform grant applications, communicate with landowners and inform the way we implement conservation work on the ground.
Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Assessment and Strategy for Oregon
The Action Plan provides a coordinated framework for action and accountability among private, nongovernmental, local, State, and federal partners in advancing immediate and long-term efforts in statewide sage-grouse conservation.
High Desert Shrub Steppe Restoration Environmental Assessment
This is the NEPA planning document that guides restoration action that the BLM is implementing in core sage grouse habitat in the Prineville District.
Greater Sage-Grouse Approved Resource Management Plan
This document from the regional BLM office directs local field offices on how to manage.
Camp Creek Watershed Restoration Atlas
This document utilizes new data, analytical tools, and local, state, and national priorities to identify, locate, and prioritize all restoration work necessary to restore the Camp Creek Watershed’s function to the highest attainable level. The Atlas provides a “blueprint” to begin working in specific locations on resource concerns that have the most impact on overall watershed conditions.
Baker LIT Threats Reduction Plan
This detailed analysis of the threat to sage-grouse in this Priority Area of Concern serves as a model for other Local Implementation Teams.