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  • Next Meeting: Tentatively planned for March 15, 2017.  Contact Lorien Belton at lorien.belton@usu.edu for more information.

  • Please note: Participants from Emery County are now meeting with the Parker Mountain (PARM) LWG group. Contact Dave Dahlgren at dave.dahlgren@usu.edu for more information. 
  •  Co-Chairs are Dorrell Barker and Rex Sacco. 

 To be placed on mailing list and or for specific meeting location and times please contact Lorien Belton or Dave Dahlgren.  

 


Castle Country Sage-grouse Conservation Plan

           A note about the CaCoARM plan:. This is an adaptive plan, it will be reviewed annually and therefore is likely to be amended, changed, updated, and reported upon but it will not be ignored and just put on the shelf as a monumental accomplishment of those involved.

Sage-grouse Conservation Plan December 2006

 


Reports

  • 2015 Accomplishment Report, Castle Country Section
  • 2014 Accomplishment Report, Castle Country Section
  • 2012 Accomplishment Report, Castle Country Section
  • 2011 Accomplishment Report, Castle Country Section
  • 2011 Presentation to County Commission
  • 2010 Accomplishment Report, Castle Country Section
  • 2010 Chris Perkin's Thesis, "Ecology of Isolated Greater Sage-grouse Populations Inhabiting the Wildcat Knolls and Horn Mountain, Southcentral Utah."
  • 2010 Tamra Luke and Todd Black, Annual Report "The Summer Ecology of Greater Sage-grouse Populations on Horn Mountain and Wildcat Knoll."
  • 2008 Accomplishment Report; Castle Country Section
  • 2008 Annual Report of USU Research Study
  • 2006-7Accomplishment Report, Castle Country Section
  • 2005 Draft Report by Brad Crompton (UDWR). The sage-grouse of Emma Park - survival, production, and habitat use in relation to coalbed methane development. 
  •  2010 Chris Perkin's Defense Powerpoint Presentation (pdf file). Ecology of Isolated Greater Sage-grouse Populations Inhabiting the Wildcat Knolls and Horn Mountain, Southcentral Utah. March 31, 2010.

 

Minutes:

Male sage-grouse at night. Photo courtesy of Chris Perkins.

 



 

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