Range Conservation Strategies

Andy Lawrence

LPCI benefits both lesser prairie-chickens and ranchers — here’s how.

LPCI’s range conservation strategies are designed to improve habitat conditions for lesser prairie-chickens—enhancing the food, cover, display and breeding grounds, and nesting sites they need to survive and thrive. The beauty of these conservation strategies is that they don’t just benefit lesser prairie-chickens and other prairie wildlife. The robust, healthy, resilient vegetation these strategies foster is also essential for sustainable livestock operations.

Our conservation approach begins with a scientifically rigorous conservation plan that identifies management strategies tailored to a landowner’s specific site conditions and management goals. We work in partnership with landowners each step of the way and provide financial and technical support that can help them carry out the strategies identified in their plans.

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