- Author: Devii R. Rao
Join the Central Coast Rangeland Coalition for their fall meeting on October 20 from 9-5 in Byron, CA. The cost is $30 and includes lunch.
Grazing can benefit many California grassland plants and birds. This meeting will provide participants with the most current science-based grazing management strategies that benefit these species. Often times on conservation properties, ranchers are asked to check on fields and move cattle much more frequently than they normally would. This significantly increases the time commitment from the rancher and reduces the cost-effectiveness of the operation. This meeting will provide ranchers and land management agencies the opportunity to better understand each other's needs. With this improved understanding, they will be able to more effectively work together to come up with management strategies that benefit plants and birds, and that are cost-effective for the rancher.
For more information or to register click here.