Interview: Rahul Mukherjee & The Henefer Lek

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Interview: Rahul Mukherjee & The Henefer Lek

Rahul Mukherjee just finished up high school, but he’s already championed sage-grouse conservation in his home region of Salt Lake City, Utah. When he heard about plans to develop the Henefer Lek (on of Utah’s largest and most visited leks) into a resort community, he knew he had to drum up public support to represent the birds in the county council’s proceedings on the matter — and so far, it looks like his efforts have paid dividends for the grouse...

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What You Can Do (Part 1): Landowners

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What You Can Do (Part 1): Landowners

If you own land in the sagebrush sea, there is a lot you can do to help. 40% of sage-grouse live on private lands, and most of those lands are ranches. There are tremendous resources available to help ranchers come out ahead by doing the right thing for conservation...

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The Sagebrush Sea on PBS / NATURE

The Sagebrush Sea on PBS / NATURE

Mark your calendars and set your DVRs for Wednesday, May 20 at 8pm Eastern / 7 Central! We’re thrilled to announce that our first full-length film will have a national airing on the award-winning PBS series Nature. The producers at WNET chose our film out of myriad submissions, and that’s not just good news for the film — it’s even better news for sage-grouse...