Webinar - Three Years of Targeted Grazing to Reduce Wildfire Risk


Presenter: Amanda J. Miller, Rangeland Ecologist, M.Sc., P.Ag., Palouse Rangeland Consulting

This presentation will discuss a pilot project in partnership with the BC Cattlemen’s Association and the Province of British Columbia that uses cattle grazing to reduce wildfire risk in wildland-urban interface areas. Amanda Miller, of Palouse Rangeland Consulting is engaged as the liaison, coordinator, and researcher for the development, pilot, and testing of livestock use models for fine fuel management.

This webinar is part of the Society for Range Management, Pacific Northwest Section, BC Chapter's Fall 2022 Home on the Range webinar series showcasing projects and case studies of professionals and students in the field of range management.

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