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A West-Wide Rangeland Fuel Assessment: Reading the Tea Leaves

Events Posted on: June 03, 2020
In this monthly recorded series, RMRS scientist Matt Reeves will analyze current rangeland fuel conditions across the west with emphasis on emerging hotspots.  

The west-wide fuelcasting system

Events Posted on: April 27, 2020
Fuelcasting is a new program that provides projections of expected fuel conditions this grazing season. It is an important component of the Rangeland Production Monitoring System. During the webinar, RMRS scientist Matt Reeves provided an overview of the system, demonstrated how to download and use the data, and discussed the 2020 fuel outlook with a focus on hotspots. 

The Rangeland Production Monitoring Service improves rangeland management

FS News Posted on: November 19, 2018
Land managers need cost-effective unbiased monitoring and assessments of current rangeland conditions and past vegetation performance in order to improve rangeland management. 

Development of the Rangeland Production Monitoring Service could improve rangeland management

Projects Posted on: July 24, 2018
Rangeland managers and livestock producers need timely and consistent tools that can inform grazing strategies, risk management, and allotment management plans. On the ground monitoring is expensive and resources can be limited, making it difficult to do consistently. The new Rangeland Production Monitoring Service can help make monitoring processes more effective and easier to implement.