New grazing decision support system. Webinar by Tip Hudson, August 4, 2022, 3-4 p.m.

Tip Hudson is part of a team from WSU Extension, US Forest Service, and University of Arizona which is currently developing a grazing decision support system that will allow users to interact with multiple sources of satellite-derived forage production data and predict forage availability over time and across space. He will introduce the system project in a webinar on August 4. More….

Cal-Pac SRM Spring Meeting, Alturus, CA, June 23, 2022

Headquarters: Niles Hotel


9:00 Welcome

9:05 Vernal Pools and Grazing – USFS Kyle Merriam

9:40 Juniper Encroachment and Hydrology – Carlos Ochoa

10:15 Sagebrush Conservation Design, John Tull

10:50 Wildfire History and Post-Fire Grazing Recommendations David Lile 

11:25 Wild Horses and public/private partnerships Laura Snell 

Noon and Keynote – The Legendary Paul Bailey

Tour and Dinner

2:00 pm Leave Niles for Field Tour 

2:30 Double Devil Wild Horse Corrals

Ranch Security

4:00 Marie and Glenn Nader, Witcher Creek Restoration 

Riparian Restoration

6:00 pm BBQ Dinner @ Canby Fire Hall


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For more information, contact:

Laura Snell, Alturus,

April Newsletter, 2022

The April 2022 Newsletter was just released by our new Editor, Julie Conley. Thank you Julie for the excellent publication and for taking on this Herculean task. In the April newsletter, you will find the following:

  • Message from President Carlos Ochoa
  • Announcement of Summer and Fall PNW Section Meetings
  • Update on PNW Section’s communications
  • Highlights from the 75th Annual SRM Meeting Held in Albuquerque
  • National awards to Section members
  • Award Medallions produced by WA Chapter
  • International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists
  • Call for a Young Professional Conclave (YPC) Liaison to represent PNW Section at SRM
  • Lost Resources
  • Summer Meeting Registration information

Download the April 2022 Newsletter here.