Home on the Range Webinar Series, Fall 2020

The BC Chapter invites your participation in a 7 week webinar series showcasing research of students, young professionals, and scientists in the PNW Section. Each 30 minute webinar will feature a 15 minute presentation followed by questions and discussions. Webinars will be held on Tuesdays beginning September 22 and ending November 3. Starting time will alternate weekly between 12 noon and 7 p.m. PT.

Register here to receive emailed links to the webinars.

Schedule

Date/TimeTitle/AbstractPresenter
September 22, noonAgricultural Wildfire Preparedness in Rangelands. youtube recording
Jacob Powell, Agriculture Extension Faculty, Oregon State University
September 29, 7 p.m.Ecologically Based Weed Management in Rangelands. youtube recordingRachel Whitehouse, MSc. Candidate, Thompson Rivers University
October 6, noonWildfire Risk Reduction Pilot Project. youtube recordingAmanda Miller, Palouse Rangeland Consulting
October 13, 7 p.m.Rangeland plant responses to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, options for ecological restoration. youtube recordingDavid Prado-Tarango, Animal & Rangeland Sciences, Oregon State University
October 20, noon Reworking the Range: Applying historical sources, data, and methods to rangeland management. youtube recordingTim Paulson, Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia
October 27, 7 p.m.Evaluating Existing Control Methods for Ventenata dubia and their Effectiveness. youtube recordingHayley Fentiman, Thompson Rivers University
November 3, noonThe bird and the herd: sage-grouse and ranch-level economics of perscribed grazing on rangelands in the West. youtube recordingDr. Anna T. Maher, Postdoctoral Research Scientist, University of Wyoming

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