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Prescribed Burning for Healthy Rangelands

Control burn 3 Lenya Quinn-Davidson

This spring, I am teaching the Santa Rosa Junior College Rangeland Management class.  This is my opportunity to educate aspiring students on the importance of rangelands and how to manage them. Their educational experiences include...

Marshall Turbeville, Cal Fire Battalion Chief, and SRJC Rangeland Management class
Marshall Turbeville, Cal Fire Battalion Chief, and SRJC Rangeland Management class

Marshall Turbeville, Cal Fire Battalion Chief, and SRJC Rangeland Management class

Control burn 3 Lenya Quinn-Davidson
Control burn 3 Lenya Quinn-Davidson

Posted on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 8:11 AM
Focus Area Tags: Environment Natural Resources

US/Mexico Border Wall and Impacts on Rangeland

Species list, see description

This spring, I am teaching the Santa Rosa Junior College Rangeland Management class.  This is my opportunity to educate aspiring students on the importance of rangelands and how to manage them. Their educational experiences include...

Posted on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 12:20 PM
Focus Area Tags: Environment Natural Resources

The Rancher: A Threatened Species

Spring 2019 SRJC Range Management Class at Sonoma County Regional Park: Taylor Mountain

This spring, I am teaching the Santa Rosa Junior College Rangeland Management class.  This is my opportunity to educate aspiring students on the importance of rangelands and how to manage them. Their educational experiences include classroom...

Spring 2019 SRJC Range Management Class at Sonoma County Regional Park: Taylor Mountain
Spring 2019 SRJC Range Management Class at Sonoma County Regional Park: Taylor Mountain

Spring 2019 SRJC Range Management Class at Taylor Mountain

Why Cows sign Taylor Mtn
Why Cows sign Taylor Mtn

Posted on Thursday, April 4, 2019 at 11:46 AM
Tags: Grazing (10), range management (4)
Focus Area Tags: Natural Resources

Will livestock grazing on rangelands reduce the potential for and severity of wildfires?

Grazing could have reduced/eliminated the shrubs growing near this subdivision

UCCE Sonoma County along with other UC colleagues, recently received a grant to identify the impact of grazing on the frequency and severity of wildfire in California. The project will ask three specific questions: Does grazing reduce the likelihood...

Grazing could have reduced/eliminated the shrubs growing near this subdivision
Grazing could have reduced/eliminated the shrubs growing near this subdivision

Grazing could have reduced/eliminated the shrubs growing near this subdivision

Posted on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 10:00 AM

Prescriptive Grazing as a Vegetation Management Tool

Prescriptive Grazing as a Vegetation Management Tool  Stephanie Larson & John Gorman  Working landscape ecosystems provide benefits to the landowner and to all life forms living or passing through that land.  Neighbors benefit with...

Posted on Friday, February 22, 2019 at 1:55 PM
  • Author: Stephanie Larson
  • Editor: J. M.
Tags: Grazing (10)

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