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Restoring the West: Sagebrush Steppe Restoration

September 18-20, 2007, Utah State University, Logan Utah | www.restoringthewest.org

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Steve Knick
Sagebrush Steppe Restoration from an Ecological Perspective: What is Success and How Will We Know It? Steve Knick, Research Ecologist, USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center

Mark Brunson
Sagebrush Steppe Restoration from a Social Science Perspective Mark Brunson, Professor, USU Department of Environment and Society

David Pyke
Monitoring Restoration Effectiveness David Pyke, Plant Ecologist, USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecology Science Center

Wendell Gilgert
Dealing with Sagebrush Steppe Restoration's Long-term Consequences Wendell Gilgert, Acting National Wildlife Biologist, Natural Resources Conservation Service

Steve Knick
Sagebrush Steppe Restoration and Obligate Passerines Steve Knick, Research Ecologist, USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center

Janet Rachlow
Sagebrush Steppe Restoration and Pygmy Rabbits Janet Rachlow, Assistant Professor, University of Idaho Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources

Michael Wolfe
Sagebrush Steppe Restoration and Wild Ungulates Michael Wolfe, Professor, USU Department of Wildland Resources

Doug Ramsey
Sagebrush Steppe Ecological Site Classification Doug Ramsey, Professor, USU Department of Wildland Resources

David Pyke
Sagebrush Steppe Restoration and Cheatgrass David Pyke, Plant Ecologist, USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecology Science Center

Val Anderson
Sagebrush Steppe Restoration and Assisted Succession Val Anderson, Professor, BYU Department of Plant and Wildlife Sciences

Louis Provencher
Spatial Land Use Modeling for Sagebrush Shrubland Restoration Louis Provencher, Director of Conservation Ecology, The Nature Conservancy

Bruce Roundy
Sagebrush Steppe Restoration Situations and Techniques Bruce Roundy, Professor, BYU Department of Plant and Wildlife Sciences

Tom Jones
Plant Materials for Sagebrush Steppe Restoration Tom Jones, Research Geneticist, USDA Agricultural Research Service Forest and Range Research Lab

Ryan Woodland
Using Grazing in Sagebrush Steppe Restoration Ryan Woodland, Lands Resource Specialist, Idaho Department of Lands


John Tanaka
Why Think About Economics When Restoring the Sagebrush Steppe? John Tanaka, Associate Professor, Oregon State University


Conference Sponsors


Utah State University Extension
Natural Resources Conservation Service
USU Ecology Center
Utah Agricultural Experiment Station
US Geological Survey
Utah State University Department of Wildland Resources
US Forest Service
US Department of Agriculture
Agricultural Research Service
Utah State University College of Natural Resources