Livestock & Natural Resources
June 12, 2019 - It is called "field season," many days in the coming weeks will be spent in the field collecting data and looking at new research opportunities. To learn more about UCCE research projects in Plumas Sierra and Butte counties click here. Photo highlights from data collection the past few weeks is captured in the images to the right.
Our Summer newsletter just went out, showcasing research findings from the Camp Fire livestock drinking water quality study and our educational events hosted in 2019 that have drawn over 300 attendees! Click here to read.
Watch our newsletter for future events, research updates and producer news. Regular program updates can be found on the facebook page.
Camp Fire Resources
Read about livestock water and forage quality post Camp Fire research projects lead up Tracy Schohr, Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor Butte, Plumas and Sierra counties, UC Cooperative Extension and Betsy Karle, Dairy Advisor and Glenn County Director, UC Cooperative Extension by clicking here.
Livestock producers impacted by the Camp Fire can find resources on Farm Service Agency Programs, Estimating Forage Loss and livestock drinking water quality by clicking here.
If you have questions or would like technical assistance please contact Butte County Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor Tracy Schohr at 916-716-2643 or email@example.com.
Check back soon for information on future workshops and tours.