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Pros and Cons of Burning

This article was revised in 2006. Fire can be a wonderfully useful and flexible land management tool. So why don't more people use it? Why do so many people think fire is generally bad? Probably...
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Top 10 Traits of a Successful Grazing Land Manager

According to recent data, the number of people moving to Southern Great Plains states like Texas is more than 1,400 per day. Private lands in the U.S. are undergoing significant changes. For example,...
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Key Concepts Regarding Prescribed Fire

Fire is an important process in the ecology of most native plant and animal communities, especially in uplands. Most plant and animal communities in the Great Plains and eastern forests evolved with...
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Voice of the voiceless

I have learned a lot of acronyms this week while working with PELUM Uganda. PELUM stands for Participatory Ecological Land Use Management. PELUM is a network of 53 like-minded organizations supporting small holder farmers and ecological land use.

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Animal Tracking: Advanced and Emerging Technologies

Dr. Stephen Webb, Landscape Ecologist for the Noble Research Institute, shows us some of the latest gear and software being employed by Noble researchers to track and learn more about animal behavior.

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Know the Soil's Condition Before Reseeding Rangeland

Soil health plays an important role in successful rangeland plantings. Here is what's happening above and below ground.

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New Tool for Quick Stocking Rate Calculations

The Noble Research Institute has partnered with NRCS to test the development of tools that will help provide data-based information to farmers and ranchers. The first aims to more quickly and accurately calculate initial stock rates.

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Jill S. Baron: Toward an International Nitrogen Management System

Jill S. Baron, Ph.D., senior scientist with the U.S. Geological Survey and senior research ecologist with the Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory at Colorado State University, presented "Too much of a good thing: Toward an International Nitrogen Management System" as part of the Research Seminar Series at 1:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 26.