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Rangeland Summit: Preventing Catastrophic Wildfire in California - The Role for Livestock Grazing

  • Cabral Agriculture Center 2101 E Earhart Ave #100 Stockton United States (map)

ABOUT THE 2019 SUMMIT
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Co-sponsor, University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources

Tuesday, January 15, Stockton

9:00 am – 3:30 pm 

Preventing Catastrophic  Wildfire  in  California – The  Role  for  Livestock  Grazing

Cattle Grazing to Manage Brush – Lynn Huntsinger, Rustici Chair, UC Berkeley

Fire risk increasing unevenly on public and private lands – Van Butsic, UC Berkeley

Post wildfire grazing on public lands I Northern California – Laura Snell, UCANR, Modoc County

Prescribed fire in California: Bottlenecks and opportunities – Jeff Stackhouse, UCANR, Humboldt County

Post f wildfire considerations in annual rangelands – Matt Shapero, UCANR, Santa Barbara County

California wild fire policy – What’s next? Will grazing be recognized as a tool?

Ranchers experienced with rangeland wild fire.

Point Blue Conservation Science PHOTO CONTEST (watch Linkages for details)

 Lunch and Snacks provided by Mid-Valley CattleWomen

REGISTRATION:  $75 Participant or $30 Student

SPONSORSHIPS & BOOTHS are Welcomed and will be posted here.

CRCC APPRECIATES ITS MANY 2018 SPONSORS!

   Contact:  Karen Sweet  925.784-8303 or 925.443-7692