Integrating old and new knowledge helps build a future land management system

Sep 2, 2011
New and competing uses of rangeland and threats to its resources have reached unprecedented levels. At the same time, we are seeing a high turnover of rangeland management staff and private lands historically handed down through families are being sold more frequently to third parties.

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