From this story on magicvalley.com:
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has released its first national conservation planning strategy to improve the habitat and population of the troubled greater sage grouse. The BLM intends to strategize with agencies and stakeholders to improve sage grouse conservation measures. "We just have the framework right now," said Megan Crandall, spokeswoman for the BLM. "What is different about this is that we are committed to collaborating with our stakeholders." The planning strategy divides the sage grouse populated states into two regions. Idaho is in the western region along with California, Nevada, Oregon and Utah. The conservation measures in this region will focus on the bird's greatest threats, which are invasive plants and wildfires, Crandall said.