Latest Rangeland Stories
NAPA, Calif., May 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The California Rangeland Trust is pleased to announce the permanent conservation of the 1,275-acre Running Deer Ranch, owned by John and Judy Ahmann in Napa County. The Rangeland Trust worked with the California Department of Conservation, U.S.
Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists at the Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center in Burns, Ore., are taking a careful look at how grazing cattle affect sage-grouse habitat on high desert rangelands.
AgriLife Research: Management practice sustainable and productive alternatives.
RENO, Nev., Dec. 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Grazing enthusiasts from across the country joined together for the Fourth National Conference on Grazing Lands (4NCGL) held Dec. 13-16, 2009 at the Nugget Casino Resort in Reno-Sparks, Nev.
SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The California Rangeland Trust has partnered with Panorama Meats, Inc. of Vina, Calif. in a joint effort to support the long-term conservation of California's rangelands.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The California Rangeland Trust has hired Tina Batt, Walnut Creek, as their new Bay Area Program Manager to facilitate conservation and mitigation easements and related projects on working ranches in the greater San Francisco Bay Area.
The loss and fragmentation of Texasâ€™ farms, ranches and forests is part of a continued trend that highlights the importance of rural lands in maintaining the stateâ€™s natural resources and economic base, according to a newly released study.
By Michelle Dynes By Michelle Dynes email@example.com CHEYENNE - Climate change is altering rangeland management. Farmers and ranchers must adapt to longer droughts interrupted by heavier than normal rainstorms.
By Lois Henry, The Bakersfield Californian Aug. 5--If you've never visited the Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge area, you should. It's incredible country in southwestern Kern County. Its rugged, stark beauty can take your breath away. Unfortunately, it's being run by a unit of the U.S.
To: STATE EDITORS Contact: Sharyn Stein, Environmental Defense Fund, +1-202-572- 3396, or firstname.lastname@example.org New Study Suggests Improvements to Help USDA Programs Work Better BOULDER, Colo., July 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A dozen species of native Wyoming birds might be kept off the endangered species list with some improvements to federal conservation programs that also would continue to help the states ranching economy.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.