Laura Snell

County Director and Livestock & Natural Resources Advisor
Cooperative Extension Modoc County
202 West 4th Street
Alturas, CA 96101
(530)233-6400
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Education

M.S. Agronomy, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 2012
B.S. Water Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 2009

Specialty

Livestock & Natural Resources

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Bibliography

Peer Reviewed

  • Snell, Laura K. (2019). Monument Plant (Frasera speciosa). Grasslands.W. Brim-DeForest. California Native Grasslands Association. 29:4, 10-11.
  • Macon, D.K; Baldwin, R.A.; Lile, D.F.; Stackhouse, J.; Rivers, C.K.; Saitone, T.; Schohr, T.K.; Snell, L.K.; Harper, J.; Ingram, R.; Rodrigues, K.; Macaulay, L.; Roche, L.M. (2018). Livestock protection tools for California ranchers. University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. 8598. January.
  • Oles, Kristin M.; Weixelman, Dave A.; Lile, David F.; Tate, Kenneth W.; Snell, Laura K.; Roche, Leslie M. (2017). Riparian Meadow Response to Modern Conservation Grazing Management. Environmental Management. 60, 383-395. June 2.
  • Snell, L. K.; Guretzky, J. A.; Jin, V. L.; Drijber, R. A.; Mamo, M. (2017). Ruminant Urine Increases Uptake but Decreases Relative Recovery of Nitrogen by Smooth Bromegrass. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management. 3:1. February 23.

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