In the fall of 2004 NWRC conducted a prescribed-fire at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management and private-land owners. This was the second prescribed fire in a series that will return upper-elevation mountain-sagebrush communities to a more natural 25-year fire cycle. NWRC is conducting research on prescribed fire effects on the water balance, sediment and erosion, vegetation response, invasive-juniper control, fuels management and pre- and post-fire grazing management.
In July 2004, NWRC conducted a tour of remote field locations in
In July 2004 NWRC hosted a tour of the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed for 18 staff members from The Nature Conservancy. The TNC staff members were attending a meeting in
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