Home on the Range Webinar Series, Fall 2021

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.

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Schedule, Home on the Range 2021

Date, 12 noonTitle, Abstract, YouTube RecordingPresenter
September 28, 2021A 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, 2021Restore 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, 2021Virtual Fencing: The Future of Livestock Management, Abstract, YouTube recording.Amanda J. Miller, Rangeland Ecologist, M.Sc., P.Ag., Palouse Rangeland Consulting
October 19, 2021Range Fertilization in the Rocky Mountain Trench, Abstract, YouTube recording.
T.J. Ross, P. Ag, Ross Range and Reclamation Services
October 26, 2021Response 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, 2021Testing Targeted Cattle Grazing to Suppress Spotted Knapweed, Abstract, YouTube recording.Kristi Gordon, MSc in Environmental Science Candidate, Thompson Rivers University
November 9, 2021Post-wildfire recovery of forest understory plant communities, Abstract.
Sarah Dickson-Hoyle, Arial Eatherton and Lori D. Daniels, Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia

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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.