Once again, BC Chapter offers a webinar series showcasing projects and case studies of young range management professionals and students in the PNW. Each 30 minute webinar will feature a 15 minute presentation followed by questions and discussions.
**Register for the webinar series here.
Schedule, Home on the Range 2021
|Date, 12 noon||Title, Abstract, YouTube Recording||Presenter|
|September 28, 2021||A grass is not a grass and a weed is not a weed, Abstract, YouTube Recording.||Rachel Whitehouse, MSc., P.Ag., Range Agrologist (Invasive Plants), Ministry of FLNRORD
|October 5, 2021||Restore into the future: selecting plant material for post-fire restoration in the Great Basin, Abstract, YouTube Recording.||Lina Aoyama, PhD Candidate, Environmental Science, Studies, and Policy, University of Oregon
|October 12, 2021||Virtual Fencing: The Future of Livestock Management, Abstract, YouTube recording.||Amanda J. Miller, Rangeland Ecologist, M.Sc., P.Ag., Palouse Rangeland Consulting
|October 19, 2021||Range Fertilization in the Rocky Mountain Trench, Abstract, YouTube recording.||T.J. Ross, P. Ag, Ross Range and Reclamation Services
|October 26, 2021||Response of rangeland plant species to different sources of mycorrhizal inoculum, Abstract, YouTube recording.||David Eduardo Prado-Tarango, Ricardo Mata-Gonzalez, Matthew Hovland, Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences, Oregon State University
|November 2, 2021||Testing Targeted Cattle Grazing to Suppress Spotted Knapweed, Abstract, YouTube recording.||Kristi Gordon, MSc in Environmental Science Candidate, Thompson Rivers University
|November 9, 2021||Post-wildfire recovery of forest understory plant communities, Abstract.||Sarah Dickson-Hoyle, Arial Eatherton and Lori D. Daniels, Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia
Questions? Email the BC Chapter.
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**Visit BC Chapter’s YouTube channel to view all the recordings in this webinar series when they are posted, last year’s Home on the Range webinar recordings, and more.