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Big Sagebrush, resident of Peehee Mu’huh

Big Sagebrush, resident of Peehee Mu’huh

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Big Sagebrush, resident of Peehee Mu’huh. 7x7”. Watercolor and ink on paper.

  • More about this piece and Thacker Pass

    Big sagebrush is a shrub that covers much of the Great Basin. An evergreen, it is an essential, year-round source of sustenance for much of the wildlife in the region, including pollinators, antelope, bighorn sheep, and sage grouse. It also provides important shelter and nesting habitats to many. The proposed Thacker Pass lithium mine would destroy a large expanse of the mature sage. The sagebrush steppe ecosystem is already threatened by fragmentation, the result of urban development, agriculture, cattle grazing, and invasive species.


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