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Presentations and Handouts

Collaborative management of rangelands to meet goals for beef, birds and people in Northeast Colorado - Terri Schulz, The Nature Conservancy

Collaborative Adaptive Rangeland Management (CARM) in the Western Great Plains - David Augustine USDA-ARS, Angela Dwyer Bird Conservancy of the Rockies

Collaborative Adaptive Rangeland Management (CARM) to integrate perspectives from ranchers, conservation organizations, and land management agencies

Hope on the Hardgrass - Can community-engaged research build common ground for ranching and conservation in the Western Great Plains. - Hailey Wilmer






Poster on CARM decision-making process presented by Hailey Wilmer and co-authors at International Rangeland Congress, Saskatoon, 2016.

Poster on trade-offs among vegetation and livestock objectives, presented by David Augustine and co-authors at International Rangeland Congress, Saskatoon, 2016.

Poster on impact of vegetation and weather to nest survival of shortgrass bird species, presented by Amber Carver and co-authors 2015.

Poster on collaborative adaptive rangeland management complexities and decision-making processes. Led by Maria Fernandez-Gimenez and presented at the 2017 Resilience Conference in Stockholm, 2017.

Poster highlighting multidisciplinary aspects of CARM project graduate projects, presented by Tami Plechaty and co-authors at Society for Range Management in St. George, Utah 2017.