News and Highlights

Now accepting applications for summer internships!
UC Rangelands is hiring two full-time Research Interns to support research and Cooperative Extension projects during summer 2018. Visit our Job Announcements page for complete internship description and application details.

Just Published! Seeding plants for long-term multiple ecosystem service goals We investigated the long-term effects of 4 seeding mixes (forage annual, native perennial, exotic perennial, and exotic-native perennial) on multiple ecosystem services, including invasion resistance, pollinator food sources, plant community diversity, and forage quality and productivity.

Just Published! Livestock protection tools for California ranchers This publication helps producers evaluate livestock protection tools that may fit their site-specific needs.

Just Published! Cooperative Extension is key to unlocking public engagement with science This article highlights how the U.S. land-grant mission and the Cooperative Extension system have initiated, developed, and implemented models of public engagement for the past 100 years.

Recent Blog Posts

  • UC Rangelands Winter 2018 Newsletter
    Knocking Out Noxious Weeds on Rangelands Workshop: February 20, Santa Maria, CA Join the fight to reduce noxious weeds on rangelands and get the latest management tools at the final Knocking Out […]
  • 3 Steps to Take When Finding a Suspected Livestock Predator Kill
    Tracy Schohr, UCCE Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor, Plumas, Sierra, and Butte Counties  This blog post was adapted from the UCCE Plumas, Sierra, and Butte Counties Newsletter – December […]
  • UC Rangelands Fall 2017 Newsletter
    Schohr joins UCCE as New Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor UC Rangeland’s is excited to announce Tracy Schohr as the new Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor for Butte, Plumas and Sierra […]

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