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"Testing Compatibility of Cattle Grazing Practices with Salmonid Restoration" Peer Learning Session

  • 18 May 2018
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Audio Conference Details: Conference Number(s): 1-800-576-6614 To join the web conference:
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Testing Compatibility of Cattle Grazing Practices with Salmonid Restoration

Peer Learning Session

Sponsored by the USDA Forest Service in partnership with the National Forest Foundation

You're invited to join an upcoming peer learning session!

Speakers will address the following questions during their presentations:

  • What do we know about the effects of cattle grazing practices on salmonid recovery?
  • What cattle grazing practices show promise as being both economically viable and compatible with salmonid restoration goals?
  • What are the grazing indicators of stream and riparian health, as established by regulatory agencies, for salmonid recovery?
  • What are the effects being evaluated, both economic and ecological, of new cattle grazing practices on success of stream and riparian restoration for salmonids?
  • What tools and resources are available for participants to stay up to date?
The target audience for this session include USDA Forest Service employees and partners engaged in grazing and salmonid recovery.

Featured speakers:
  • Jessica Robertson, National Restoration Planning Group Lead, USDA Forest Service
  • Mike Wisdom, Research Wildlife Biologist, USDA Forest Service
  • Ted Sedell, Project Leader - Grande Ronde Steelhead and Habitat Monitoring, Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
  • Bryan Endress, Assistant Professor, College of Agricultural Sciences, Oregon State University.

Please note that this session begins at 2:00 PM Eastern. This session is being recorded and will be available on National Forest Foundation's website.

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