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From the "Farm and Foodshed Report"

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Farm and Foodshed Report (2014-04-28) posted Apr 28 at 1PM

Host Robin Carpenter interviews Dr. Leslie Roche who is a Postdoctoral Fellow with the California Rangeland Watershed Laboratory at UC Davis and one of the authors of a recent report on Cattle Grazing, Mountain Meadows and Sensitive Species. This five year study revealed that cattle grazing and human activities were not the cause of a diminishment in the Sierra Toad population and that cattle grazing and human activity can co-exist in areas with sensitive species. It also indicates the heavy impact of climate change and impacts of drought and rainfall shifts.


 

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