Nature and You Lecture Series: Rangelands Management
Much of California land, both public and private, is rangeland, grazed or available for grazing. What exactly is rangeland? How do you know when rangeland is overgrazed… or undergrazed? What happens when invasive species comes to town? Where does fire fit in? What is the best way to manage rangeland for the benefit of the long term sustainability of the land? There is new knowledge to help answer these questions. Please join Julea Shaw and Grace Woodmansee from the UC Rangelands network on Thursday, June 25 at 7:00 PM to learn about the interesting and important science of range management.
The Woodland Public Library is at 250 First Street Woodland, CA 95695 and the lecture will be held in the Leake Room (enter from the parking lot on the North Side of the library).
Questions? Contact Bill Grabert at email@example.com
This lecture is part of the monthly “Nature and You” lecture series sponsored by Tuleyome. Tuleyome is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit conservation organization based in Woodland, California. The word “Tuleyome” (pronounced too-lee-OME-ee) is a Lake Miwok Indian word that means “deep home place”. And that term “deep home place” exemplifies our deep connection to our environment, our communities and our regional public lands.
Note: All participants agree to abide by the terms and conditions of Tuleyome’s waiver of liability which can be seen and downloaded HERE. All participants also understand that photographs will be taken at the event. If you do not wish to be photographed, you must tell the photographer and avoid the cameras’ line of sight.
|Location||Woodland Public Library (250 First Street Woodland, CA 95695) - Leake Room (enter from the parking lot on the North Side of the library)|