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Plant materials for restoration workshop
Nov
15
8:00 AM08:00

Plant materials for restoration workshop

This year's workshop, Do No Harm, will focus on the use of non-local plant materials in restoration activities to: Identify stumbling blocks to achieving ecologically and economically successful restoration of disturbed lands in California; bring experts, practitioners, suppliers, and policy makers together to develop best management practices to overcome these obstacles.

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NV SRM Summer Tour: Intermountain West Range Improvement Practices: Lessons Learned
Jul
29
to Jul 30

NV SRM Summer Tour: Intermountain West Range Improvement Practices: Lessons Learned

View the agenda and registration.  The Nevada Section of the Society for Range Management will be holding its summer field tour and meeting July 29th-30th.  The topic of this year's tour is lessons learned from Intermountain West range improvement practices. 

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Evaluating ecological resilience, invasive annual resistance, and potential treatments - A field workshop in Mountain Home, ID
Jun
24
8:00 AM08:00

Evaluating ecological resilience, invasive annual resistance, and potential treatments - A field workshop in Mountain Home, ID

Rick Miller, Professor Emeritus of Range and Fire Ecology, Jeremy Maestas, Sagebrush Ecosystem Specialist (NRCS), and local hosts Trisha Cracroft and Brendan Brazee (NRCS), discussed tools to rapidly assess resilience to disturbance (ability of a treatment area to recover), resistance to invasive annuals, predict successional pathways, and determine the need and suitability for seeding  on potential vegetation treatment areas and areas burned by wildfire. 

Discussions were based on two field guides:

  • A field guide for selecting the most appropriate treatment in sagebrush and piñon-juniper ecosystems in the Great Basin
  • Rapid assessment of post-wildfire recovery in sagebrush and piñon-juniper ecosystems in the Great Basin

Participant reflections about the quality of the science information exchange this field workshop provided are available in this event report.

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Evaluating ecological resilience, invasive annual resistance, and potential treatments - A field workshop in Baker City, OR
Jun
3
8:00 AM08:00

Evaluating ecological resilience, invasive annual resistance, and potential treatments - A field workshop in Baker City, OR

Rick Miller, Professor Emeritus of Range and Fire Ecology, Jeremy Maestas, Sagebrush Ecosystem Specialist (NRCS), and local hosts Lars Santana and Aaron Roth (NRCS), discussed tools to rapidly assess resilience to disturbance (ability of a treatment area to recover), resistance to invasive annuals, predict successional pathways, and determine the need and suitability for seeding  on potential vegetation treatment areas and areas burned by wildfire. 

Discussions were based on two field guides:

  • A field guide for selecting the most appropriate treatment in sagebrush and piñon-juniper ecosystems in the Great Basin
  • Rapid assessment of post-wildfire recovery in sagebrush and piñon-juniper ecosystems in the Great Basin

Participant reflections about the quality of the science information exchange this field workshop provided are available in this event report

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Evaluating ecological resilience, invasive annual resistance, and potential treatments - Field Workshop in Alturas, CA
Jun
1
8:00 AM08:00

Evaluating ecological resilience, invasive annual resistance, and potential treatments - Field Workshop in Alturas, CA

Rick Miller, Professor Emeritus of Range and Fire Ecology, Jeremy Maestas, Sagebrush Ecosystem Specialist (NRCS), and local host Bryon Hadwick, discussed tools to rapidly assess resilience to disturbance (ability of a treatment area to recover), resistance to invasive annuals, predict successional pathways, and determine the need and suitability for seeding  on potential vegetation treatment areas and areas burned by wildfire. 

Discussions were based on two field guides:

  • A field guide for selecting the most appropriate treatment in sagebrush and piñon-juniper ecosystems in the Great Basin
  • Rapid assessment of post-wildfire recovery in sagebrush and piñon-juniper ecosystems in the Great Basin

Participant reflections about the quality of the science information exchange this field workshop provided are available in this event report

 

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Evaluating ecological resilience, invasive annual resistance, and potential treatments - A field tour in Park Valley, UT
May
19
8:00 AM08:00

Evaluating ecological resilience, invasive annual resistance, and potential treatments - A field tour in Park Valley, UT

Rick Miller, Professor Emeritus of Range and Fire Ecology, Jeremy Maestas, Sagebrush Ecosystem Specialist (NRCS), and local hosts Chet Fitzgerald and Jed Reeder (NRCS), discussed tools to rapidly assess resilience to disturbance (ability of a treatment area to recover), resistance to invasive annuals, predict successional pathways, and determine the need and suitability for seeding  on potential vegetation treatment areas and areas burned by wildfire. 

Discussions were based on two field guides:

  • A field guide for selecting the most appropriate treatment in sagebrush and piñon-juniper ecosystems in the Great Basin
  • Rapid assessment of post-wildfire recovery in sagebrush and piñon-juniper ecosystems in the Great Basin

Participant reflections about the quality of the science information exchange this field workshop provided are available in this event report

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Evaluating ecological resilience, invasive annual resistance, and potential treatments - A field workshop in Pocatello, ID
May
17
8:00 AM08:00

Evaluating ecological resilience, invasive annual resistance, and potential treatments - A field workshop in Pocatello, ID

Rick Miller, Professor Emeritus of Range and Fire Ecology, Jeremy Maestas, Sagebrush Ecosystem Specialist (NRCS), and local host Karen Krause (BLM), discussed tools to rapidly assess resilience to disturbance (ability of a treatment area to recover), resistance to invasive annuals, predict successional pathways, and determine the need and suitability for seeding  on potential vegetation treatment areas and areas burned by wildfire. 

Discussions were based on two field guides:

  • A field guide for selecting the most appropriate treatment in sagebrush and piñon-juniper ecosystems in the Great Basin
  • Rapid assessment of post-wildfire recovery in sagebrush and piñon-juniper ecosystems in the Great Basin

Participant reflections about the quality of the science information exchange this field workshop provided are available in this event report

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