Invasive annual grasses threaten millions of acres of sagebrush rangelands across the west. This two day workshop Dec 14 & 15, 2020 hosted by the Harney County Wildfire Collaborative and SageCon Partnership explored the barriers and opportunities for addressing invasive annual grasses in Oregon and beyond the state.
"That was a gathering that brought expertise and courage to the table and generated hope for the future of our rangelands in me. One of the best workshops I have ever attended! You folks hit a home run! This conference stimulated conversations at every level of the IAG problem and brought together an appropriate and dynamic group to delve into the realities of the challenge before us. Your preparation of speakers for each forum was extremely helpful and the moderating was superb! People from all over the west listened in. Researchers and managers got discussion opportunities. Fire and weed people got to compare notes. The visual notes were fabulous. I am left pondering the next steps! Thanks so much!" ~Mark Porter, Integrated Noxious Weed Manager, Oregon Dept. of Agriculture
Graphic Notes From Both Sessions
Moderators, Facilitators & Panelist Bios
If there are any questions contact High Desert Partnership Ecological Coordinator Ben Cate at firstname.lastname@example.org.