UPCOMING EVENTS & WEBINARS
Register.Addressing ‘climate change’ at the local, state, or tribal-level may feel like trying to tackle an amorphous idea, on top of an already heavy work load.
Register. Cheatgrass and medusahead invasions pose a serious threat to Great Basin ecosystems. Managers and scientists are hopeful that strains of the bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescens will be able to selectively inhibit root growth of annual weeds in more complex rangeland ecosystems.
This webinar examines how post-fire weather and climate can influence tree recruitment by surveying regenerating vegetation 4-8 years after 14 different wildfires that burned between 2004 and 2012, a period that captured a wide range of post-fire weather conditions.
Greater sage-grouse have declined since the mid-1960s, and grazing is the most extensive land use within sage-grouse habitat.
Decisions regarding the allocation of scarce resources are integral to the management of imperiled species.
Visit conference website. The 44th annual Conference will be held at the Hilton Fort Collins, on the edge of the Colorado State University Campus.
Register. This webinar highlights a project examining how projected changes in fire regimes and fire and fuels treatments may affect habitat quality for and probability of occupancy of sensitive-status breeding birds.
As the predicted impacts of climate change are becoming more apparent, natural resource managers are faced with the task of developing climate adaptation plans.
Register. The 2017 Annual Meeting Agenda is one of the largest in recent years.
Register. The Columbia University Initiative on Extreme Weather and Climate is pleased to announce the conference "Fire Prediction Across Scales", in New York City.