News and Highlights
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.
Just Published! Transport of oxytetracycline, chlortetracycline, and ivermectin in surface runoff from irrigated pasture The transport of livestock pharmaceuticals from manure was assessed via surface runoff on irrigated pasture. As this study evaluated conditions for high transport potential, the data suggest that the risk for significant chlortetracycline, oxytetracycline, and ivermectin transport to surface water from cattle manure on irrigated pasture is low.
The Great Plains Gassland Summit The 2018 Great Plains Grassland Summit will focus on how to effectively plan for managing, conserving and restoring grasslands at landscape scales and across boundaries. Managers, researchers, and practitioners from all regions of the Great Plains and beyond are encouraged to attend. April 10-11, Denver, CO.
Recent Blog Posts
- 3 Steps to Take When Finding a Suspected Livestock Predator KillTracy 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 NewsletterSchohr 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 […]
- Riparian Meadow Response to Modern Conservation Grazing ManagementIn the western U.S., millions of acres of perennial grasslands, shrublands, and forests are held in the public domain and managed by state and federal agencies for multiple land uses. Although […]