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U.S. Fish and Wildlife

  • Sagebrush country is losing a million acres a year due to a variety of factors, including invasive species, development, harmful grazing practices and climate change. But the ecosystem is still thriving across parts of Wyoming, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists say preventative measures now could save money in the future in some of these “core” ecosystem areas.