The sagebrush steppe is a vast, beautiful, and culturally important ecosystem, yet few people realize it's value. To conserve the species and support the communities that rely on it, more people need to understand what the ecosystem needs and supports. At a distance, the sagebrush steppe appears empty, but for those with a careful eye, a beautiful world awaits. These resources aim to help youth, educators, landowners, and anyone interested in the sagebrush steppe appreciate why we need it and how we can conserve it.
Covering 165 million acres across 14 states, sagebrush country is home to more wildlife—and people—than you might realize.
Instructions from the Natural Resources Conservation Service