Sandhills Rangeland Monitoring Cooperative (SRMC) Hosts Rangeland Monitoring Webinar February 25th

Sandhills Rangeland Monitoring Cooperative (SRMC) Hosts Rangeland Monitoring Webinar February 25th

Sandhills valley
Photo credit Mitch Stephenson.

The SRMC is a collaborative project between UNL Extension, USDA-NRCS, and cattle producers in the Sandhills of Nebraska. The SRMC conducts and evaluates monitoring data on a growing number of ranches in the Nebraska Sandhills, connecting ranchers, range managers, scientists, and the public in a network of knowledge exchange relating to rangeland health and management. To learn more about the SRMC project, read the UNL BeefWatch article titled: What Should my Pastures Look Like?

The SRMC is hosting a webinar covering rangeland monitoring topics in the Nebraska Sandhills.

Topics covered.

  • How to select a monitoring site
  • Plant id overview
  • Visual/qualitative monitoring methods
  • Monitoring methods and tools used for SRMC
  • Other tools available (rangeland analysis platform)
  • 2019 and 2020 SRMC monitoring data and results
  • How to interpret monitoring data

The Webinar will take place on February 25th at 3pm MST/ 4pm CST until 5pm MST/6pm MST.

Register in advance:

https://unl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYud-qorjMqHtNtRPF1fWXNAPNJ9N1Wx5QM

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar