Range Field Day

2024 OSU/EOARC Range Field Day
Tuesday July 9, 2024
Starkey Experimental Forest & Range

 

Join us for an informative day with in-the-field discussions on multiple topics including hydrologic, ungulate, other wildlife, and tribal First Foods responses to upland forest restoration & fuels reduction; biotic and abiotic responses to stream/riparian restoration and grazing management; and use of virtual fence technology.

2024 OSU/EOARC Range Field Day

When: Tuesday, July 9th, 2024; 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM PDT

Where: Starkey Experimental Forest & Range

Transportation: Personal vehicles not allowed due to safety and logistical considerations; Meet buses at EOU Community Stadium (7:30 AM) or if traveling from Ukiah on Hwy 244, meet at Starkey Main Gate (9:00 AM) See page 2 of flyer for directions.

Agenda: Coming soon
 

Lunch is not provided; water & light snacks will be available

Limited to 125 attendees

RSVP Required by June 25th 

No Cost Registration (RSVP):

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Problems Registering?

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For questions or to request accommodations for disabilities, contact Bryan Endress before June 25th at 858-527-9898.

Tour Theme:  Integrated Watershed Restoration Management and Supporting Research

Land managers continue to expand the type, extent, and intensity of restoration activities in upland and riparian systems on public and private lands throughout the western U.S. Restoration is designed to mitigate a diverse set of legacy conditions; these include highly uncharacteristic fuel loadings in upland forests, widespread invasion of exotic vegetation in grasslands and shrublands, and long-term loss of stream and riparian hydrologic functions, all of which severely hinder production and delivery of ecosystem services of critical social and ecological importance. The tour will (1) share results from long-term upland forest and stream-riparian restoration research evaluating effects on multiple-use management; (2) highlight new technologies and planned restoration that have great potential to make meaningful landscape-scale differences in desired outcomes; and (3) discuss the degree to which comprehensive, whole-watershed restoration approaches can be designed and implemented in practical ways to best serve multiple-use objectives. 

Topics at Each Stop

Starkey Main Gate:
Overview of Research at Starkey Experimental Forest and Range

Bally Ridge:
Upland Forest Restoration-Fuels Reduction: Hydrologic, Ungulate, Wildlife, and First Foods Responses

Meadow Creek:
Stream-Riparian Restoration and Grazing Management: Biotic and Abiotic Responses

Starkey Headquarters:
Grazing Management with Virtual Fence Technology; Integrated Watershed Restoration and Stewardship 

EOARC's Range Field Day (2023)