From ranchers in the West to forest managers in the East, private landowners are voluntarily conserving habitat for wildlife, helping species rebound and recover.
If you plant them, they will come. That’s two Oregon ranchers’ approach to attracting monarch butterflies with milkweed.
The new Habitat Suitability Index makes it possible for us to evaluate the quality of habitat created for the rare New England cottontail rabbit.
This three-year plan guides conservation efforts to make working rangelands more productive and resilient while aiding the iconic grassland bird of the southern Great Plains.
NRCS works with ranchers to manage native plant communities, improving the health of working rangelands and the livestock and wildlife that depend on them.
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