Protect the Greater Sage-Grouse By Preserving the Sagebrush Ecosystem

Target: Greg Sheehan, Director of the Utah Department of Natural Resources and Bureau of Land Management

Goal: Protect and conserve the vital greater sage-grouse habitat.

The greater sage-grouse, an iconic and imperiled bird species, depends on the sagebrush ecosystem of Utah for its survival. This unique habitat not only sustains the greater sage-grouse, but also hosts a diverse range of other wildlife species and plays a crucial role in maintaining the ecological balance of the region.

However, this invaluable ecosystem faces imminent threats from industrial development, habitat fragmentation, and habitat degradation. The delicate balance that sustains the greater sage-grouse and other wildlife is at risk. Once lost, this habitat cannot be easily restored, leading to irreparable damage to Utah’s natural heritage.

Sign the petition below to demand immediate and comprehensive action to protect Utah’s greater sage-grouse habitat, ensuring the survival of this iconic species and preserving the rich biodiversity of the region.


Dear Director Sheehan,

We, the undersigned, are deeply concerned about the fate of Utah’s greater sage-grouse and its fragile sagebrush habitat. The greater sage-grouse is not only an emblematic species, but a critical indicator of the overall health of the ecosystems.

The continued expansion of industrial activities, habitat fragmentation, and degradation pose grave threats to this unique habitat and the wildlife it sustains. We urge you to take immediate and decisive action to protect and conserve Utah’s greater sage-grouse habitat.

We call upon you to implement and enforce robust protections for greater sage-grouse habitats, preventing further habitat loss and degradation and promoting responsible land-use practices that prioritize wildlife conservation and habitat restoration.

Let’s work with stakeholders, including local communities, conservation organizations, and industry, to find innovative solutions that balance conservation with responsible development.

The greater sage-grouse and the sagebrush ecosystem are part of the natural heritage, and it is the duty to ensure their survival for future generations. We implore you to act swiftly and decisively to safeguard this vital habitat.


[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: USFWS Mountain-Prairie

One Comment

  1. We humans MUST allow room for habitats. Animals need both homes and food sources just as we do yet we do not recognize this fact. Humans are aware of what they want, what makes them feel comfortable, but don’t look at the rest of the world. It’s as if we lived with our eyes closed. We must open our eyes and see what the needs of others are and then allocate them with our own interests. Animals and wildlife simply must be given a voice as this is their earth too. We must learn to share!!!

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