Resources: Management Guides

In 2013, the Northern Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative partnered with U.S. Fish & Wildlife, NOAA, Portland State University, and the U.S. Forest Service to develop a comprehensive guide on using beaver for stream restoration....
This Ponderosa Pine Cavity-Nesting Bird Guide is intended to provide land managers in ponderosa pine habitats with information on bird species’ status, distribution, density, habitat relationships, and potential responses to habitat management or...
Addressing the growing threats brought about or accentuated by rapid climate change requires a fundamental shift in the practice of natural resource management and conservation. This guide provides practical and straightforward advice on climate...
Conserving Habitat through the Federal Farm Bill:  A Guide for Land Trusts and Landowners specifically was designed for land trusts and landowners. The guide provides the boots-on-the-ground information and tools needed to become a knowledgeable...
April 2014 (Idaho) - This spring, the Idaho Bird Conservation Partnership (IBCP) hosted three Bird Conservation on Private Lands workshops for Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) field staff and others who work with private landowners. The...
The San Luis Valley Wetland Focus Area Committee (FAC) is pleased to help support the development and production of this booklet promoting management of wetlands, riparian areas, and agricultural areas towards a better and healthier ecosystem. The...
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) and the Avian Power Line Interaction Committee (APLIC) released their updated state-of-the-art guidance document Reducing Avian Collisions with Power Lines: State of the Art in 2012. This manual,...
This guide is written for anyone interested in learning more about sagebrush species and habitats. The introduction provides descriptions of some of the remarkably diverse sagebrush sagebrush communities in western North America. The purpose of the...