Livestock & Natural Resources
Frosty mornings, leaves dropping and the grass has turned. This signals the end of the mountain grazing season. The cattle and sheep are coming off of the Plumas and Tahoe Forest Service allotments and that means grazing utilization monitoring is taking place across the region. In collaboration with UC Davis/UC Rangelands team, we are monitoring...
1. Meadow condition trends; and
2. Relationships between meadow conditions and trends, livestock management, weather and environmental drivers.
To learn more about the long term meadow monitoring project click here.
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October 1, 2018
The 1st Cattlemen's Clinics were held on January 19, 2018 in Loyalton and January 20, 2018 in Quincy. The events drew over 90 participants. For highlights from the event click here.
There are no University of California Cooperative Extension events hosted by the Butte, Plumas, & Sierra livestock and natural resources advisor currently scheduled.