Rangelands are dynamic ecosystems that produce a wide variety of goods and services desired by society, including livestock forage, wildlife habitat, water,...>Read More
Written by Brad Schultz, Extension Educator, Winnemucca, NevadaCurrently, the most widely accepted classification system for rangelands is the Ecological...>Read More
Nation prepares to develop standards and protocols for widespread civilian useA 2012 Congressional mandate directed the Federal Aeronautics Administration...>Read More
Drought affects ranches directly in terms of the amount of forage produced and water availability for livestock. Lost forage production is the most critical...>Read More
Written by Mindy Pratt, Utah State UniversityThe term “riparian” is defined as vegetation, habitats, or ecosystems that are associated with bodies of water...>Read More
Written by Rachel Frost and Jeff Mosley, Montana State UniversityLivestock grazing is one of the most widespread and important uses of rangelands. Renewable...>Read More
Written by Mindy Pratt, Utah State University ExtensionPoisonous plants are a major cause of economic loss to the livestock industry. Each year poisonous...>Read More
Rangelands for Teachers and Students
John Tanaka is the Department Head and Professor in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management at the University of Wyoming. His expertise is in...
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