We investigated factors determining temporal and spatial patterns of cattle grazing across Sierra Nevada mountain meadows to assess potential management risks/compatibilities for T&E species such as the Yosemite toad.
Working with ranchers across California, we are conducting in-depth, semi-structured interviews to better understand adaptive management for multiple agricultural and conservation outcomes.
We surveyed 500+ California ranchers to determine social-cultural-economic-institutional factors driving grazing management decisions and goal setting; and perspectives on adaptive grazing management.
We conducted a cross sectional survey of water quality conditions associated with cattle grazing and recreation on 12 U.S. Forest Service (U.S. Forest Service) public lands grazing allotments.
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