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Reservoir levels set to reach all-time lows - The Glen Rose Reporter

Reservoir levels set to reach all-time lows - The Glen Rose Reporter | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
Reservoir levels set to reach all-time lows The Glen Rose Reporter Several days of triple-digit heat caused rangeland conditions to worsen across most of the region. Some areas received scattered showers with accumulations from a trace to 0.2 inch.
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USDA APHIS | Tribal Relations

USDA APHIS | Tribal Relations | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
#APHIS protects Tribal rangeland in Montana by introducing insects that devour invasive weeds. Learn more http://t.co/k9Kps7T4mW
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Harnessing pastoralists' indigenous knowledge for rangeland management: three African case studies | African Climate

Harnessing pastoralists' indigenous knowledge for rangeland management: three African case studies | African Climate | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
The knowledge platform for uptake of climate change research results in africa.
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Determinants of semi-arid rangeland management in a land reform setting in Namibia

Determinants of semi-arid rangeland management in a land reform setting in Namibia http://t.co/I617wVJmTd
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USDA research shows potential impact of climate change on rangeland plants

USDA research shows potential impact of climate change on rangeland plants | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
U.S. Department of Agriculture scientists and their colleagues have conducted research showing the potential response of rangeland plants in arid regions of the United States to the conditions that will (USDA research shows potential impact of...
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A hyperspectral indicator system for rangeland degradation on the Tibetan Plateau: A case study towards spaceborne monitoring

Hyperspectral indicator system for rangeland degradation on the Tibetan Plateau. spaceborne
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Cedar Trees and Rangeland Loss - AgWeb

Cedar Trees and Rangeland Loss - AgWeb | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
Cedar Trees and Rangeland Loss
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The issue of cedar tree invasion into South Dakota's rangelands tends to be a regional conversation.
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Degradation of rangeland resources in Balochistan

Degradation of rangeland resources in Balochistan | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
Two factors have caused rangeland degradation: excessive population growth and external social and economic forces.
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Using Fire to Keep Rangelands Viable for Grazing

Using Fire to Keep Rangelands Viable for Grazing | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
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ARS scientists have found "prescribed fire" used in the summer was much more effective, particularly after a wet spring, at controlling the invasive weed purple threeawn and giving perennial, sod-forming grasses a chance to regrown on rangeland. 

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BLM and Forest Service announce 2014 grazing fee

BLM and Forest Service announce 2014 grazing fee | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
The Federal grazing fee for 2014 will be $1.35 per animal unit month (AUM) for public lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management and $1.35 per head month (HM) (BLM and Forest Service announce 2014 #grazing fee
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Rangeland management is key to surviving drought - Phys.org

Rangeland management is key to surviving drought - Phys.org | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
Improved management adapted to changing rangeland conditions will be a key to surviving three back-to-back years of drought, according to Tim Steffens, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service rangeland management ...
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Preserving livestock under threat - The Durango Herald

Preserving livestock under threat - The Durango Herald | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
Preserving livestock under threat
The Durango Herald
The sheep, a threatened breed, are descendants from Spanish sheep, but through the centuries, they have adapted to the arid Southwest and are able to live on rangeland.
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California Ranch Stewardship Project

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Researchers study effects of drought on state's Native American tribes | Arizona Daily Wildcat

Researchers study effects of drought on state's Native American tribes | Arizona Daily Wildcat | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
UA researchers are studying the impact that a severe drought in Arizona could have on the state’s Native American communities.

According to a recently published report by the U.S.

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Rangeland Weeds | WYO RangeCast

Weeds can impact rangeland ecosystems. This video explores what these weeds are, how they became weeds, how weeds become a problem, and how to control weeds....
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Using fire to keep rangelands viable for grazing - Minnesota Farm Guide

Using fire to keep rangelands viable for grazing - Minnesota Farm Guide | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
Using fire to keep rangelands viable for grazing Minnesota Farm Guide Carefully staged “prescribed fire” can reset a rangeland's biological clock, breathe new life into an ecosystem, and give perennial, sod-forming grasses that are good sources of...
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Utah ranchers sue to force reduction in wild horse population | News Term

Utah ranchers sue to force reduction in wild horse population | News Term | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
Utah ranchers sue to force reduction in wild horse population (Utah ranchers sue to force reduction in wild horse population, The ranchers, organized as the Western Rangeland Cons…http://t.co/rK8etU84jz)...
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The Perceived Importance of Native Prairie: A Saskatchewan Survey

The Perceived Importance of Native Prairie: A Saskatchewan Survey | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
The beauty of the prairies is hard to ignore, but grasslands aren't just nice to look at or ride acr... (What's the value of native rangeland?
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G-Range

G-Range | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
G-Range is a global rangeland model that simulates generalized changes in rangelands through time. http://t.co/BCsHrhneQU
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K-State Agronomy :: eUpdate Issue 453 April 25th, 2014 :: Rangeland invasive species in Kansas

K-State Agronomy :: eUpdate Issue 453 April 25th, 2014 :: Rangeland invasive species in Kansas | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
RT @whfick: Rangeland invasive species in Kansas.
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Cedar trees and rangeland loss - CattleNetwork.com

Cedar trees and rangeland loss - CattleNetwork.com | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
Cedar trees and rangeland loss
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Photo by Pete Bauman The issue of cedar tree invasion into South Dakota's rangelands tends to be a regional conversation.
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by Pete Bauman, South Dakota State University Extension

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Pasture Posts

Pasture Posts | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
Education and Action regarding the PFRA Pastures
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...news, views, and events regarding the PFRA community pastures in Saskatchewan. 

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Rangeland Monitoring Techniques - rain records, photo points

Rangeland Monitoring Techniques - rain records, photo points | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
Video presents some easy ways for landowners to monitor the condition of their land over time.
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Local ranchers safeguard California's natural environments - Paso Robles Daily News

Local ranchers safeguard California's natural environments - Paso Robles Daily News | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
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Local ranchers safeguard California's natural environments
Paso Robles Daily News
Jack Varian (right) placed a conservation easement with California Rangeland Trust in 2001 to protect his land from development.
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Soil Science May Be Important Key to Tackling Climate Change - KQED (blog)

Soil Science May Be Important Key to Tackling Climate Change - KQED (blog) | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
Soil Science May Be Important Key to Tackling Climate Change KQED (blog) In her book, Ohlson recounts the fascinating stories of visionaries at the forefront of soil science and land management who are working to improve soil and rangeland...
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Genetic History of African Cattle Mapped, Origins Clarified : Animals ...

Genetic History of African Cattle Mapped, Origins Clarified : Animals ... | Rangeland Scoops | Scoop.it
By analyzing the genetic history of 134 breeds of cattle from around the world, a team of researchers has revealed that ancient African cattle were first domesticated in the Middle East.

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