Restoration and Management of Rare and Declining Habitats (643): restore, conserve, and manage unique or diminishing native terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Return native LPC rangeland to its original, usable, or functioning condition so to improve biodiversity and provide habitat for LPC.
Prescribed Burning (338): control fire applied to a predetermined area. Apply controlled burns to eliminate undesirable vegetation, control plant diseases, reduce wildlife hazards, and improve LPC habitat by restoring a historical ecosystem function.
Critical Area Planting (342): establish permanent vegetation on sites that have, or are expected to have, high erosion rates, and on sites that have physical, chemical or biological conditions that prevent the establishment of vegetation with normal practices. This practice will stabilize stream, agricultural, and other riparian areas that may experience high rates of erosion and reduce the quality of LPC habitat.
Tree and Shrub Planting (612): establish natural woody plants by planting seedlings or cuttings, direct seeding, or natural regeneration. LPC generally avoid forested and areas with high structures that provide for roosting of predators, but some trees may provide necessary shade in summer heat.
Range Planting (550): establish adapted perennial or self-sustaining vegetation such as grasses, forbs, legumes, shrubs and trees. This will provide or improve forage for livestock and the LPC, reduce erosion and increase carbon sequestration.
Conservation Cover (327): establish and maintain permanent vegetative cover. Integrate LPC habitat requirements throughout its life-cycle into a conservation management plan by maintaining permanent cover for nesting and brood-rearing.
Woody Residue Treatment (384): treat or remove residual woody material that is created due to management activities or natural disturbances. Remove debris to foster LPC habitat, decrease fire hazards, and improve the soil organic matter. Not applicable to active cropland.
Herbaceous Weed Control (315): remove or control herbaceous weeds including invasive, noxious and prohibited plants. Eliminate invasive and non-native plant species to improve LPC habitat and food sources.
Obstruction Removal (500): remove and dispose of buildings, structures, other works of improvement, vegetation, debris or other materials.