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Seeding Rangelands Workshop
The United States has about 770 million acres of rangelands and over half of those lands are privately owned. During this two-part technical workshop, participants will learn how to regenerate rangelands from local experts who will address best practices for seeding rangelands with native species and monitoring soil health. Part One: Seeding Rangelands will provide participants with knowledge and resources on how to successfully seed rangelands with native species by addressing the challenges and factors to consider and providing recommendations and best practices.
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2017 Conference Speaker Videos
The Quivira Coalition documents its conference every year. We love to share the content of this event with those who were not able to join us in person. You can also view the 2017 videos, along with past years, on the Quivira You Tube page.
Laura Paine Training the Next Generation of Land Stewards For centuries, apprenticeship has been the means of passing on the skills of many trades, from engravers and silversmiths in the middle ages, to electricians and carpenters today. Using work-based learning...
Keri Brandt and Janine Fitzgerald Zombie Agriculture Industrial agriculture has resulted in dead soils and animals living in torturous conditions. We call this process "zombie agriculture" in reference to constant supply of synthetic inputs required to reanimate the...
Wendell Gilgert Re-Watering California One Ranch at a Time "Point Blue Conservation Science is collaborating with the USDA-NRCS, cooperating ranchers, RCD’s and conservation partners to improve rangelands in California. Point Blue Partner Biologists are teaming up...