Renaissance or Ruin in Range? It is especially bittersweet to consider the potential demise of Range Resource Science at HSU because of increasing trends of collaboration between working landscapes (ranchers and farmers), environmentalists (see California Rangeland Conservation Coalition, www.carangeland.org) and the sustainable food movement (see eatwild.org and foodalliance.org). Our alumni, some gainfully employed in Humboldt County, work with landowners and permittees to protect ecosystems. Rangeland Resources and Wildland Soils are essential components of the Natural Resources suite of programs that attracts students to HSU.
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In Print This Week:
Jan 12, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 2
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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