Grassland Restoration Forum

Recommended Monitoring Protocols for Targeted Grazing Projects

RECOMMENDED MONITORING PROTOCOLS FOR TARGETED GRAZING PROJECTS – LETHBRIDGE

Please note: this event is over. Stay tuned for next year.

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Target Audience Staff from urban and rural parks land management, Ag Fieldmen and weed inspectors,
First Nations, landowners, invasive species councils, land restoration practitioners, conservation
organizations, consultants, planners, and targeted grazing contractors.

Workshop Objectives

  • Introduction to targeted grazing: what it is, how is it managed, how well it works in western Canada.
  • Overview of recommended monitoring protocols.
  • Incorporating traditional ecological knowledge.
  • Hands-on, field-based training in monitoring an ongoing targeted grazing project.

Registration
$40 per person – starting in May, on the GRF website or contact Donna Watt (403-563-8925). Please bring your own lunch. While registering, check out the document, “Recommended Monitoring Protocols for Targeted Grazing
Projects” found on the News and Events page.

Date

Jun 23 2022
Expired!

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Jun 23 2022

Cost

$40.00

Location

Helen Schuler Nature Centre
Lethbridge, AB
Category

Organizer

Donna Watt
Phone
403-563-8925
Email
[email protected]

Event Cancellation

How to Use the Range Plant Community Guides and Recovery Strategies

Unfortunately with a number of late cancellations for the Range Plant Community Guides & Recovery Strategies Workshop scheduled for September 13th, 2023 we’ve had to make the tough decision to cancel the workshop for this fall due to insufficient registrations for a cost recovery event.  We will be offering the same workshop in conjunction with the CLRA Conference in March 2024.  The GRF Mailing list will receive notice/announcements about the event as details become available.

We are still proceeding as planned with the Grassland Assessment Classroom & Hands on Field Training on September 14th at the Cassils Hall/Antelope Creek Ranch.

Apologies for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.