Spring 2014

Information  on this site supports REM 456 Integrated Rangeland Management at the University of Idaho.  This 3-credit course is offered by the Rangeland Ecology and Management program in the College of Natural Resources.

Students in this course examine management strategies to sustain values and uses of rangelands including livestock grazing, wildlife habitat, healthy watersheds, wildland recreation, and aesthetic value. Course materials emphasize herbivore ecology including ecological impacts of grazing, ways to manage grazing, and nutritional relationships between plants and free-ranging ungulates on rangeland, pastureland, and forest ecosystems.

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