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WSARE Brush Workshop 2 - Invitation

You are Invited!

Brush and Woody Species Management and Methods in a Changing Environment: Sharing Stories”


(Brush Management Workshop #2)

Funded by Western SARE

(Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program)


April 19, 2018

8:00am – Noon: presentations & discussion

Noon – 1:00pm: lunch

1:00pm - 3:00pm: BANWR field trip & wrap up


Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge

(includes refreshments, lunch, and workshop materials)


To Register:


Questions? Contact Sarah King: sarah@altarvalleyconservation.org

Limited to the first 30 registrants

Please RSVP by April 5, 2018


Topics & Speakers:

  • Brush management and ecosystem services: a quantification of trade-offs (Adam Naito)
  • Brush management and limy ecological sites in Southeastern Arizona (Dan Robinett)
  • Wildlife Needs and Brush Management (Rana Tucker)
  • Aerial application techniques for grassland restoration (Barry Wallace)
  • BANWR Case Study (Ann Chenevert-Steffeler)
  • Elkhorn Case Study (Charley Miller)
  • Malpai Case Study (Bill McDonald)
  • Includes presentation of short “local stories” videos (Cody Sheehy)


Workshop 3 will be held in October 2018 at the King’s Anvil Ranch and will focus on landowner collaboration on brush and woody species management.