November 29, 2021

Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics on Sandhills Wet Meadows

Biography: Martha Mamo holds the John E. Weaver Professorship and currently serves as the Head of the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). Mamo’s research is on nutrient cycling in low input rangeland ecosystem – evaluating grazing strategies and dung pat impact on soil C and N. Mamo provided leadership […]

June 15, 2020

Sieben Live Stock Company – Success Through Working With Mother Nature

If you get lost in the beauty of this video, I don’t blame you. There’s spectacular western scenery, cowboys on horseback, wildlife, and shining cattle trailing across broad green pastures. But there’s a serious message here, too – one about the importance of understanding mother nature and working with her to create all this beauty. […]

February 7, 2018

Living in the Landscape – Fundraiser Banquet

“Living in the Landscape…” Join us for an evening celebration of prairie stewardship! Keynote Speaker: Sharon Butala, Best-Selling Canadian Author February 7, 2018 at the Saskatoon Inn.   All proceeds go to support Prairie Conservation Action Plan’s environmental education programs for youth in Saskatchewan. Tickets: $60 and includes buffet supper, cocktail hour, trade show, poster […]

February 7, 2018

6th Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop

February 7-8, 2018 Plenary Sessions, Break-out Sessions, Case Studies, Trade Show, Poster Session and More! Topics include: Species at Risk, Climate Change, Range Health, Grazing, Restoration/Reclamation, Wetland Restoration, Soil Remediation, and partnerships! At the Saskatoon Inn, in Saskatoon, SK More information: 306-352-0472, or

July 8, 2013

Knowing Your Site’s Potential Might Save You A Lot of Work

If you manage wide open spaces, you’ll want to know about Ecological Sites, and the process of Rangeland Health Assessments. These tools seem complicated at first, but once you’re walking through your pasture, you realize it’s just a pleasant walk to get to know your pastures and rangeland, so that you can graze them to meet their potential. Thanks to one of our readers for suggesting this topic!

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