SageSTEP (Sagebrush Steppe Treatment Evaluation Project) is a regional experiment evaluating sagebrush steppe restoration methods in the Great Basin. From 2005-2010, fuels treatments (prescribed fire, herbicide, mastication, and more) were implemented on study sites across six states and researchers recorded the short- and long-term effects. Results are being used to provide resource managers with information to make restoration decisions with less uncertainty. Here you can find publications resulting from this research, and detailed information about the project.


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