Idaho sage grouse group reaches milestone
Written byKIMBERLEE KRUESI, Twin Falls Times-News
When Idaho’s sage grouse populations began falling, state wildlife experts saw a need for change.
However, finding the best data and meeting with the right experts takes time. For one group, identifying the best conservation efforts took close to five years.
After spending years drafting a grouse conservation plan, the North Magic Valley Local Working Group is now ready to take action.
Local working groups are volunteer operations created across southern Idaho that bring land users and local residents together with government biologists to find ways to improve grouse populations.VIEW ORIGINAL ARTICLE