Sage-Grouse and Working Lands in Nevada. Photo: Gail Patricelli. (http://www.eve.ucdavis.edu/gpatricelli/Patricelli_Research_Interests.html). Background: Sage-Grouse Habitat in Nevada. Estimated 32,000,000 acres of sage-Grouse habitat in Nevada.
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Photo: Gail Patricelli
New growth of understory after trees were removed was 10 to 14 inches
Since the trees have been removed, the spring now runs year round.
Re-establishing native and improved vegetation after wildfires helps prevent soil erosion and cheat grass invasion while providing livestock forage and wildlife habitat.
fence in 7 months.