Outcomes and Metrics of Adaptive Rangeland Grazing Management
July 30 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm MDT
A webinar and interactive discussion on Outcomes and Metrics of Adaptive Rangeland Grazing Management – What outcomes do we desire and what metrics can support us in getting there?
The Center for Regenerative Agriculture at CSU, Chico and the Regenerative Ag Network invite you to join us for a webinar and interactive discussion focused on the Outcomes and Metrics of Adaptive Rangeland Grazing Management. The RAN is a network of scientists and practitioners facilitating discussions and fostering action to address science gaps and bridge barriers to the adoption of RA practices.
Please join us on Thursday, July 30th from 11:00 to 1:00 PST. Speakers will be discussing approaches to adaptive grazing management planning, implementation and monitoring on extensive rangeland landscapes.
Richard Teague, Ph.D. – Grassland/Grazing Scientist, Texas A&M University
Systems Research in Rangeland Livestock Grazing
Dr. Teague is a range ecologist with Texas AgriLife Research. He believes that research and service must provide the linkage that enables managers to base decisions for sustainable land use on the principles of ecosystem function. His goals are to (1) broaden the understanding of requirements needed to sustain rangeland resources and economic viability, and (2) generate science-based information to allow producers to improve management practices on rangeland.
James Rodgers – Ranch Manager, Winecup-Gamble Ranch
Outcomes Based Grazing in Northern Nevada
Winecup-Gamble Ranch has been engaged in a collaborative process through the BLM Outcome Based Grazing Initiative to develop a grazing management strategy for their public land grazing permit that includes Prime Sage Grouse Habitat. James will be sharing about the development process and strategies incorporated in the plan to support adaptive flexibility with accountability.
Agenda and More Info: https://tinyurl.com/y8he2qxd
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