WLJ - Daily News https://wlj.net/articles.sec-33-1-daily-news.html Fri, 02 Dec 16 00:00:00 -0700 en hourly 1 Old world bluestem, real world concerns https://wlj.net/article-33-old-world-bluestem-real-world-concerns.html Old world bluestem, real world concerns
The plant is easily distinguishable because its color is typically pale with a yellowish-green tint. The seed heads can be seen from a distance due to their pinkish or purplish tint. These grasses grow quicker than native grasses and also produce a seed head quicker, Harmoney said.


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Finding the balance with cattle and tule elk https://wlj.net/article-33-finding-the-balance-with-cattle-and-tule-elk.html Finding the balance with cattle and tule elk
Finding the right balance for cattle and wildlife to coexist can be a challenge. California dairy farms and cattle ranches within the Point Reyes National Seashore (PRNS) are dealing with this issue in an area were tule elk, once nearly extinct, were reintroduced and are now thriving.


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Richards: Why science alone can't save the West https://wlj.net/article-33-richards-why-science-alone-cant-save-the-west.html Richards: Why science alone can't save the West
“Science should guide good decisionmaking, but it can’t replace it.” Brenda Richards recalled these words of Rob Gordon of the Heritage Foundation, spoken at a 2010 Public Lands Council (PLC) meeting. ...]]>
Feedlot E. coli study suggests new buffer areas are needed https://wlj.net/article-33-feedlot-e-coli-study-suggests-new-buffer-areas-are-needed.html Feedlot E. coli study suggests new buffer areas are needed
According to a new study from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s U.S. Meat Animal Research Center, E. coli O157:H7 can spread more than a tenth of a mile downwind from a cattle feedlot onto nearby produce. ...]]>