Rangelands, Volume 26, Number 4 (2004)
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Can Ranchers Slow Climate Change?Carbon credits can be created on rangelands at costs that are competitive with credits from cropland and forestry, revealing that ranchers could play a role in reducing climate change.
A Utah Success Story: Making Recreation & Agriculture CompatibleThis Utah farm family has been able to maintain their agricultural roots even as North America's fifth largest ski resort developed nearby.
More On Stubble Height Guidelines: Factors to consider for shortgrasses and when making the decision if destocking is necessaryFactors to consider for shortgrasses and when making the decision if destocking is necessary.
From the Frontier to the Biosphere: A brief history of the USIBP Grasslands Biome program and its impacts on scientific research in North AmericaA brief history of the USIBP Grasslands Biome program and its impacts on scientific research in North America.