November 19, 2015 – Targeted Grazing for Endangered Species
Facilitator by Dr. Marc Horney, California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo
- Current Findings on Grazing Impacts – California’s specials status species benefit from grazing. by Sheila Barry. 2011. California Cattleman magazine.
- Livestock Grazing and Sage-Grouse Habitat: Impacts and opportunities. by C.S. Boyd, J.L. Beck & J.A. Tanaka. 2014. Journal of Rangeland Applications, 1, 58-77.
- Grazing Management Options Provided by the Colorado Division of Wildlife in the Colorado Greater Sage-grouse Conservation Plan (Appendix E)
- Managing Rangelands to Benefit California Red-Legged Frogs & California Tiger Salamanders. 2013. by L.D. ford, P.A. Van Hoorn, D.R. Rao, N.J. Scott, P.C. Trenham, & J.W. Bartolome. Alameda County Resource Conservation District.
- Kit Fox (Vulpes macrotis): A technical conservation assessment. 2006. by Meaney, C.A. Meaney, M. Reed-Eckert, and G.P. Beauvais. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region.
- Prescribed Grazing (528)– Habitat Improvement for Sage-grouse Conservation Practice Specifications. 2012. Natural Resources Conservation Service (ID-528-SGI-SPEC)