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Collaborations

The Range and Meadow Forage Management Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, WASHINGTON, DC,
  • Using Activated Carbon Pellets to Restore Native Vegetation in Exotic Annual Grass-Invaded Sagebrush Communities
  • HARNEY SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT, Hines, OR,
  • Comparing Methods of Rangeland Evaluation in the Northern Great Basin
  • NATURE CONSERVANCY, THE, Arlington, VA,
  • Improved Seed and Seeding Technology for Great Basin Rangelands
  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, Corvallis, OR,
  • Enhancing Rangeland Science Diversity in the Northern Great Basin
  • Horse Impacts on Sage-Grouse Habitat Structure and Composition on Grazed Rangelands
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, THE, Oakland, CA,
  • Using Diversity and Facilitation to Enhance Establishment and Resilience During Restoration of Invaded Sage-Steppe Rangeland
  • UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA, Missoula, ,
  • Predicting Wildfire and Wildfire Effects on Great Basin Rangelands
  • USDA, FOREST SERVICE, FORT COLLINS, CO,
  • Restoring Sagebrush After Large Wildfires: An Evaluation of Different Restoration Methods across a Large Elevation Gradient