Sage-Grouse Action Alert


The Department of the Interior wants to overturn vital habitat protections for Greater Sage-Grouse, Burrowing Owls, and other wildlife that depend on America’s sagebrush ecosystem. (Click here to read more.)

You Can Help.

We've outlined the steps that you can take right now to speak up for the sage-grouse.


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Attend the BLM Public Scoping Meeting

This is a critical way to speak up for the Sage-Grouse and express your support for the existing conservation plans. Click the link below to sign up to carpool to this meeting.


Tuesday, Nov. 7, 6:30 – 8:00 PM


American Legion Hall, 126 Old Bruneau Hwy, Marsing, ID. (Approximately 1-hour drive from Boise).

Submit Comments to the BLM

Tell the BLM that you oppose any amendments to the sage-grouse land management plans, including efforts to substitute unproven approaches like captive breeding and population targets over strong, science-based habitat management. You can submit comments two ways:

Email the BLM: blm_sagegrouseplanning@blm.gov

Submit Comments Online

Comments to consider from the Idaho Conservation League

  • The last amended resource management plans did not go far enough, but they were a step in the right direction. Weakening these plans further is bad for sage-grouse and Idahoans.
  • Sage-grouse priority and core areas need to be expanded or at least maintained and fully protected from energy development and mining activities
  • The BLM should retain a “net conservation gain standard” for mitigating human activities that are harmful to sage-grouse.
  • Buffers surrounding sage-grouse breeding grounds and nests and protecting them from disruptive development should be increased, not decreased. 


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