Nebraska Range Short Course
June 20 – June 23
The Nebraska Range Short Course is designed to provide people who have backgrounds in range management, natural resources, or agriculture an opportunity to increase their knowledge and capacity in the field of range management. Consisting of a series of classroom and field sessions, it focuses on principles of range management for efficient, sustainable use of rangeland for multiple purposes.
Individuals who are interested in improving their understanding of range management and have a general background in range or plant sciences (either through practical experience or formal education) will be eligible to apply for the short course.
The short course will be limited to the first 25 applicants who have registered for the class. Applicants who are not successful in obtaining a place in the short course will have their registration fee refunded in full and will be considered alternates for the short course. They will be given the first opportunity to apply for future range short courses.
Plant identification, plant growth and development, rangeland soils, range inventory and monitoring methods, prescribed burning, rangeland restoration, ecosystem services, wildlife management, grazing management, and range livestock production.