13 October, 2014 11:04

Range 101: Principles of Range and Watershed Analysis and ManagementWednesday, October 15, 2014
Cochise County Board of Supervisors Conference Room
1415 Melody Lane, Bisbee

Registration at 8:00 a.m.

Welcome and Introduction:
Jim Lindsey, Chair, Hereford NRCD

How Plants Grow and Respond to Grazing:
George Ruyle, Rangeland Extension Specialist, UA Cooperative Extension

Watershed analysis: brush management, runoff erosion
Mary Nichols, Hydrolic Engineer, USDA ARS

Break

Principles of Grazing Management-including riparian grazing
Lamar Smith, Cascabel Ranch and Consulting

Grazing Influences on Fish and Wildlife- upland and riparian
Al Medina, Retired research Ecologist, USFS

Lunch

Leave for field tour
Field tour- Ladd Ranch
Brush control and its effect on forage production, runoff and erosion.

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