SALINAS - NOVEMBER 16, 2016

SUSANVILLE - DECEMBER 14, 2016

Location:

Elks Lodge
400 Main St, Susanville, CA 96130

                   

Agenda:
    
8:00 am Booths can be set up
  
8:30 am Registration Open, Light Refreshments and Booth Viewing
  
9:00 am Welcome
  
9:15 am Watch It Burn – Using fire as a tool to address reinvasion of juniper trees after initial treatment and promote healthy sage-steppe ecosystems – Laura Snell, Livestock and Natural Resource Advisor, Cooperative Extension Modoc County 
  
9:45 am Ecology and Management of Medusahead – Elise Gornish, UC Cooperative Extension Specialist in Restoration Ecology
  
10:15 am Adaptive Grazing Management for Weed Control – Leslie Roche, Ph.D., Rangeland Cooperative Extension Specialist
  
10:45 am Break
  
11:00 am Effective and Efficient Tools for Invasive Species Management –  Guy Kyser, UC Davis Research Specialist
   
11:30 am Picking Successfully – Tips on how to choose the best species for restoration that are adapted for current rangeland conditions – Beth Leger, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Nevada Reno
      
12:00 pm Lunch (included with registration)
  
1:15 pm Traditional Knowledge on Invasive Species Management – Capture and Share
  
1:30 Knapweed Control – Jodi Aceves, Siskiyou County Ag Dept
   
2:00 pm Scotch Thistle Control – Tom Getts, Lassen County Weed Ecology and Cropping Systems Advisor, University of California Cooperative Extension
  
2:30 pm Where do we go from here: Application of information presented today and launching of invasive plant research projects underway in the region – David Lile, County Director, Cooperative Extension Lassen County  
  
3:00 pm Closing Remarks
  
3:30 pm Adjourn to Refreshments and Networking
    
Lodging Recommendation:
   

*Continuing Education Credits for DPR are pending and SRM has 4.5 CEU approved for all workshops.