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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

The GBRRU will have a booth at the University of Nevada Reno Annual Field Day September 20.  The event is open to the general public from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.  Bring the family to this fun event!  click link for more info

 

August 2014

Dr. Snyder along with collaborators from the University of Nevada Reno and the Smith Creek Ranch hosted a field tour of the Porter Canyon Experimental Watershed.  A large group of land managers, researchers, and Nevada representatives attended the day long meeting.

July 2014

Dr. Keirith Snyder was invited to speak at the Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition (ENLC) and the Nevada Pinyon-Juniper Partnership (NPJP) joint summer conference July 15-17 Sparks Nevada.  Dr. Snyder presented as part of a panel on Lessons, Tools & Applications for Landscape-Scale Restoration.  She discussed her ongoing work at the Porter Canyon Experimental Watershed 3 hours east of Reno in the Desatoya Mountain Range.

                                         

June 2014

Charlie Clements was invited to participate at the Nevada Section of the Society of Range Management summer field tour June 12-13 Kings River, Nevada. Charlie Clements and Dan Harmon discussed their ongoing work at the Horse Creek Conservation Area.  Topics included wildfire, cheatgrass management and rehabilitation seeding.

                     

 May 2014

Two accomplishments from the unit were selected by ARS and USDA and presented in the FY13 Annual Reporting on Technology Transfer in USDA.  Dr. Weltz’s work on hydrology and erosion (Rangeland Hydrology and Erosion Model tool implemented : page 110) and Dr. Longland’s work with desert rodents and seed caching (Rodents can enhance restoration efforts in Great Basin environments: page 111) were both highlighted under the National Program 215 Forage and Rangeland Systems in the Downstream Outcomes section of the report.

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