RANCHING & DROUGHT MONITOR WEBCAST
Registration Limited to the First 24 Participants
November 7th, 2014
(9:15am to 3:00pm)
FREE LUNCH PROVIDED
You are invited to attend this webcast featuring presentations from the Drought Monitor authors about how the drought location and severity mapping is conducted, how the map is used in determining qualifications for drought assistance, and how on-the-ground California data from rangelands can be included in weekly drought maps.
Current News & Publications
Understanding California Water Rights
Drought Action Documentation for Ranchers
About Cooperative Extension
The University of California Cooperative Extension in Plumas and Sierra Counties is part of a statewide system that makes University of California research-based information available to local agencies, industries and the general public. Backed by resources at the nine University California campuses, our educational programs use practical information to address community challenges focused on sustaining agricultural vitality, enhancing natural resources, youth and leadership development along with helping communities shape sound public policy.
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