CEAP Quantifies Conservation Outcomes for Wildlife and People on Western Grazing Lands

David E. Naugle, Jeremy D. Maestas, Brady W. Allred, Christian A. Hagen, Matthew O. Jones, Michael J. Falkowski, Brianna Randall, Charles A. Rewa

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Abstract

• Maximizing efficiency and effectiveness of limited resources to conserve America's vast western grazing lands requires a science-based approach. • Working Lands for Wildlife, USDA's approach for conserving America's working lands, co-produces scientific tools and quantifies outcomes that help guide future implementation and improve delivery. • Quantifying outcomes in conservation provides accountability for investments, and illustrates to readers the role of science in working lands conservation. • Together, diverse partners continue expanding into new technologies to further enhance the productivity, profitability, and sustainability of valuable grazing lands.

Original languageEnglish
Pages211-217
Number of pages7
Volume41
No5
Specialist publicationRangelands
DOIs
StatePublished - Oct 2019

Keywords

  • Conservation Effects Assessment Project
  • Farm Bill
  • co-production
  • grazing
  • outcomes
  • productivity
  • targeting tools
  • wildlife
  • working lands

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