Invasive Grasses in Sagebrush Country

Western Roots at Risk

See what's at stake if we don't stop the spread of invasive grasses in sagebrush country.

Cheatgrass, an invasive grass, is spreading across the West, degrading wildlife habitat and causing destructive fires. In this film by Audubon Rockies, two ranchers, a hunter, and an Eastern Shoshone Tribe member explain what's at stake if Western states don't act now to stop the spread in sagebrush country. Tell Congress to take action

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