Forage and Range Research
has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.
Current collaborators and projects:
CHINA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, BEIJING,
Development of Novel Cool-Season Grasses, Legumes, and Forage Shrub Germplasm for Use in Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Dry Environments
CHINESE ACADEMY OF AGRICULTRAL SCIENCES, BEIJING,
The Evaluation of Novel Cool-Season Grasses, Legumes and Forage Shrub Germplasm for Use in Irrigated and Nonirrigated Temperate Environments
CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, YANGLING, SHAANZI,
Development of Novel Cool-Season Grasses for Use in Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Dry Temperature Growing Environments
FLUX FARM, CARBONDALE, CO
Testing Perennial Grasses for Low-Input Biomass Production and Persistence in Cold High-Elevation Growing Environments of the Western U.S.
NINGXIA ECO AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGY LTD.(NEAT), YINCHUAN, NINGXIA,
Development of Cool-Season Grass for Use in Dryland Semiarid Growing Environments in the U.S. and P.R. China
UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY, LOGAN, UT
Develop and Evaluate Grass and Legume Mixtures for Improved Livestock Performance
Evaluate and Develop Low Maintenance Turfgrasses
Grass-Legume Mixtures to Enhance Sustainability of Irrigated Pastures
Collection and Evaluation of Plant Materials for Rangelands of the Intermountain Region of the Western U.S.
Assessment of Rangeland and Turf Grasses for Abiotic Stress Response
Development and Utilization of Genetic Markers and Maps for Breeding Perennial Forage, Range, and Turf Plants of the Western U.S.
XINJIANG AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, URUMQI,
Development of Novel Cool-Season Grasses and Legumes for Use in Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Dry Temperate Growing Environments