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Sage-Grouse Local Working Groups

The eight local Sage-Grouse Working Groups are comprised of state and federal agency representatives and other stakeholders with local interests such as agriculture, industry, and conservation. These groups work to facilitate and implement conservation plans that benefit the Greater Sage-Grouse, their sagebrush habitat, and other species that also use these habitats.

Final Wyoming Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan (July 2003)

Wyoming Local Sage-Grouse Working Group Charter

Wyoming Local Working Groups Map

Wyoming sage-grouse working groups: lessons learned

     Wyoming Regional Sage-Grouse Conservation Plans
   Bates Hole/Shirley Basin Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan (March, 2014)

   Big Horn Basin Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan (March, 2014)

   Northeast Wyoming Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan (March, 2014)

   South-Central Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan (March, 2014)

   Southwest Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan (March, 2014)

   Upper Green River Basin Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan (March, 2014)

   Upper Snake River Basin Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan (March, 2014)

   Wind River/Sweetwater River Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan (March, 2014)
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