Working Rangelands Wednesdays: Ken Tate, June 3

California rangeland

Ken Tate will speak at the June 3 webinar. Sign up to participate.

Dr. Ken Tate, UC Davis and UC ANR, will address “Water Quality on Pastures and Rangelands” – current issues surrounding grazing and water quality on California’s rangelands and pastures – at the Working Rangelands Wednesdays webinar on June 3, 2020.

The new series of biweekly webinars focuses on working rangelands in California and the West. The goal is to discuss challenges related to managing multiple-use rangelands through an applied, land manager-oriented lens. Participants include UC Cooperative Extension advisors and specialists, researchers, and ranchers. Webinars are recorded and offered as podcasts here.

Tate’s webinar:

     Wednesday, June 3, 2020
     1:00 p.m., Pacific Daylight Time (PDT)
     Register here to receive a link to the webinar

 

Ken Tate is a Cooperative Extension Specialist (Russell L. Rustici Endowed Specialist in Cooperative Extension in Rangeland Watershed Science) and Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, UC Davis. He recently received a major Academic Federation Award for Distinguished Service at UC Davis.

The webinar series is coordinated by Leslie Roche (Plant Sciences, UC Davis and UC ANR), Dan Macon (UC ANR), and Grace Woodmansee (Plant Sciences, UC Davis).

 

Stay in touch with UC Rangelands:

Website http://rangelands.ucdavis.edu/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/UCRangelands/
Twitter @UCRangelands

(Article by Ann Filmer, Plant Sciences, UC Davis. May 29, 2020)

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