The purpose of this plan is to facilitate the conservation of greater sage-grouse and their habitats in Colorado. It identifies conservation measures and strategies to achieve this purpose. The plan is guided by the philosophy that local work groups, composed of private landowners, public agency representatives, and other interested stakeholders, play a pivotal role in this conservation effort. The plan provides a statewide perspective to help ensure the long-term survival of greater sage-grouse and will supplement, not replace, local plans and the locally driven process that created them.
Colorado Package Introduction Acronym Index
Chapter 1 - Agricultural Conversion Chapter 2 - Disease and Parasites Chapter 3 - Energy and Mineral Development Chapter 4 - Fire and Fuels Management Chapter 5 - Genetics Chapter 6 - Grazing Chapter 7 - Habitat Enhancement Chapter 8 - Habitat Linkages Chapter 9 - Habitat Monitoring Chapter 10 - Housing Development Chapter 11 - Hunting Chapter 12 - Information, Communication, and Education Chapter 13 - Infrastructure Chapter 14 - Lek Viewing Chapter 15 - Pesticides Chapter 16 - Pinon-Juniper Encroachment Chapter 17 - Population Monitoring and Targets Chapter 18 - Predation Chapter 19 - Recreational Activities Chapter 20 - Roads Chapter 21 - Research Chapter 22 - Weather Chapter 23 - Weeds-Noxious and Invasive Plants
Appendix A - Habitat TreatmentsAppendix B - Summary of Expenditures on GrSG in Colorado - 2006-2012Appendix C - SAFE MapAppendix D - COGCC 1200 Series RegulationsAppendix E - Summary of Oil and Gas Permits in GrSG HabitatsAppendix F - Big Game Populations in GrSG HabitatAppendix G - Conservation Easement StrategyAppendix H - Hunting Letter from USFWS to StatesAppendix I - Population TrendsAppendix J - Literature Review
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