Sage Grouse Database Goes Live
November 16, 2012

This week, the Public Lands Council (PLC) rolled out its sage grouse database, a library designed to make information pertaining to sage grouse conservation available to the public land grazing community. 
 
Grazing is compatible with and beneficial to sage grouse habitat conservation, and this library is intended to provide members of the public lands grazing community with the scientific, legal and policy resources to support that fact as plans develop. The documents provide a balanced perspective and sound scientific information that should shape the policy decisions and legal proceedings that are rapidly developing. 
 
The library was funded by PLC and the Public Lands Endowment Trust. The database is available at www.GrazingForGrouse.com or at www.PublicLandsCouncil.org.