UCCE Programs During Covid 19: Rangeland Wednesdays - Rancher-panel discussing how they cope with drought on federal and non-federal public lands in California

Working Rangelands Rancher Panel

Join us for Working Rangelands Wednesdays, where we explore topics around rangeland agriculture in California and across the West. The goal of this webinar series is to discuss challenges related to managing multiple-use rangelands through an applied, land manager-oriented lens.

Our next webinar is Wednesday, July 15th at 1pm PDT and will feature a rancher-panel discussing how they cope with drought on federal and non-federal public lands in California.

Panelists: 

  • Jack Hanson, a cattle producer who operates on private and federal public lands in Lassen County
  • Emilio Huarte, a sheep producer who manages grazing on private and federal public lands in California and Nevada
  • Tim Koopmann, a cattle producer and range manager with experience on nonfederal private lands in the San Francisco Bay Area


Register HERE to receive a zoom link the morning of the webinar. Please note, this is not a direct link to the webinar-- you must register in advance.

Questions? Please contact Dan Macon at dmacon@ucanr.edu. See you on Wednesday!


By John M Harper
Author - County Director Mendocino & Lake/Livestock & Natural Resources Advisor