The ePlanning website is the primary source of information on the Record of Decision and Approved Resource Management PLan Amendments for the Nevada and Northeastern California Sub-Region. The site contains documents, reports and maps. To access the site, go to the link below.
Nevada and Northeastern California Sub-Regional Greater Sage-Grouse Planning Strategy EIS
The documents can also be accessed directly by going to the Documents and Reports page.
**Note- Users may experience an error when following links to the ePlanning page saying the site can't be found. Often times this is due to the browser security settings. To fix the problem, follow these directions:
In Internet Explorer go to Tools>Internet Options> Advanced and scroll to the bottom of the list to Security. Make sure all the "Use SSL" and "Use TSL" settings are checked.
BLM and Forest Service Protest Resolution Report (9/15/15)
Fact Sheet: BLM, USFS Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Effort (9/22/15)
Fact Sheet: Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation in Nevada and Northeastern California (9/22/15)
Frequently Asked Questions (updated 9/22/15)
Myths and Facts- Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Strategy (updated 9/22/15)
Facts and Figures for California and Nevada for BLM-USFS Conservation Plans for Greater Sage-Grouse
Nevada Governor's Consistency Review (7/29/15)
BLM State Director's Response to Governor's Consistency Review (8/6/15)
Nevada Governor's Consistency Review Appeal (9/4/15)
BLM Director's Response to Governor's Appeal (9/16/15)
USGS SAGEMAP GIS Database for Sage-grouse and Shrubsteppe Management
Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Sage-Grouse/Sage Steppe Initiatives
BLM Great Basin Region National Greater Sage-Grouse Planning Strategy
State of Nevada Sagebrush Ecosystem Program website
Nevada Department of Wildlife Sage Grouse Conservation website
Barrick Nevada Sage-Grouse Bank Enabling Agreement (pdf)
The U.S. Department of the Interior, in partnership with Barrick Gold of North America and The Nature Conservancy, announces an agreement to provide credit for greater sage-grouse habitat improvements in Nevada while continuing to support gold mining in the state.