Knocking Out Noxious Weeds on RangelandsWorkshop Series
Highlighting the need for invasive species management approaches that maximize cost effectiveness of reduced-risk practices while promoting biodiversity.
Educate rangeland managers and practitioners on public and private lands about approaches that maximize cost effectiveness of reduced-risk practices while conserving diversity and promoting productivity.
Increase knowledge transfer of recent developments in the field of IPM research and field application to land managers and practitioners.
Understand how practitioners make decisions about designing and implementing approaches within each IPM category.
Identify factors that contribute to success or failure of IPM and to identify how to minimize pesticide use in IPM on rangeland systems.
Create a best practices manual for IPM practitioners based information from survey and interviews.
Integrate lessons learned from this project into current and future research across the UC system.