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Landowner compliance with management incentives

This project explored landowner compliance with wildlife-friendly mowing recommendations and management to reduce woody encroachment in grasslands. Grassland photo by National Park Service. Okay, this paper is actually from Kentucky, but it provides a really interesting look at landowner compliance with terms of a grassland conservation program. We talk about landowner adoption rates [...]

By |April 3rd, 2020|Blueprint Staff Blog, Featured|Comments Off on Landowner compliance with management incentives

Controlling weeds in conservation tillage systems

Conservation tillage systems are an important method for adapting to climate variability as they reduce erosion, soil water loss, and fuel use, while improving soil and water quality. For these reasons, conservation tillage is widely promoted by NRCS, promoting resilience to extreme precipitation and drought events. Cover crops used in these systems can also serve as grazing land. [...]

By |March 13th, 2015|Member Blog|Comments Off on Controlling weeds in conservation tillage systems