Moses Coulee after fire

This proviso supports immediate, no-regret restoration actions that help re-establish native flora and support recovery actions for imperiled species like the endangered pygmy rabbit and threatened Greater sage grouse. It will also aid in economic recovery by supporting landowners in replacing damaged rangeland fencing with updated wildlife-friendly infrastructure, while also making hay available to ranchers to defer grazing, giving burned habitat the time it needs to fully recover.

Source: Washington’s Sagebrush: A Charred Landscape and a Path Forward | Audubon Washington