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ACRO-1 Acronyms and Abbreviations Term  Definition  Btk  Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki  CCA  Candidate Conservation Agreement  CCAA  Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances  CFR  Code of Federal Regulations  CO2  carbon dioxide  DOT  department of transportation  EA  environmental assessment  EIS  environmental impact statement  ESA  Endangered Species Act  FAQs  frequently asked questions  FAST  Fixing America’s Surface Transportation  FHWA  Federal Highway Administration  HCP  Habitat Conservation Plan  IPCC  Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change  IRVM  Integrated Roadside Vegetation Management  IUCN  International Union for Conservation of Nature  IVM  Integrated Vegetation Management  MSHCP  Multi‐Species Habitat Conservation Plan  NEPA  National Environmental Policy Act  NMFS  National Marine Fisheries Service  NYSDOT  New York State Department of Transportation  OFWO  Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office  OPHI  Ohio Pollinator Habitat Initiative  PCA  Prelisting Conservation Agreement  RCA  Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority  RCS  Recovery Crediting System  ROW  right‐of‐way  SHA  Safe Harbor Agreement  SMA  Special Management Area  the Services  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service  USDA  U.S. Department of Agriculture  USFWS  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service  WSDOT  Washington State Department of Transportation  WV Refuge Complex  Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge Complex 

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Transportation agencies can make a difference for imperiled pollinators by managing existing roadside vegetation and designing new revegetation plantings with habitat needs in mind. This can generate public support for the agency and help to mitigate the negative ecological effects of roads.

NCHRP Web-Only Document 362: Pollinator Habitat Conservation Along Roadways, Volume 4: Great Basin, from TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program, is part of a 16-volume series, with each volume focused on a specific region of the United States, and is intended to provide relevant guidance to rights-of-way owners and operators for roadside vegetation management practices that support pollinators, as well as strategies that are compliant with the federal Endangered Species Act.

Supplemental to the document are a Dataset of Great Basin Accessory Materials, a Communications Toolbox, a Conduct of Research Report, and a Video.

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