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 addiional items that you would like to see here please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit it below.
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.
ODFW 2022 Annual Population Report
The annual summary of the status of sage-grouse in Oregon summarized across BLM districts. The current population estimate is 17,508 birds.
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.
Once a month we do a virtual meeting to discuss an article of importance as it relates to sage-grouse biology, sage steppe habitat conservation, mesic restoration and beyond. If you would like to be a part of the conversation please contact Crook SWCD.