Managing Grazing and Cropping to Regenerate Soil Carbon and Ecosystem Services

Dr. Richard Teague from Texas A&M presented some of his research and philosophy about managing grazing systems. He presented to an audience of researchers, graduate, and undergraduate students at the University of Alberta in Edmonton - February 15, 2017.



Dr. Richard Teague's recorded presentation on adaptive multi-paddock grazing (low quality video) 


Review of current research on rangeland ecosystems goods and services in Alberta

Dr. Daniel Hewins presented research that he and his collaborators, Drs. Cameron Carlyle and Edward Bork, are currently working on in Alberta rangelands. Research includes work on grassland carbon storage, grazing, and greenhouse gases presented at the 7th Annual Canadian Forage and Grassland Association in Winnipeg, MB - November 14, 2016.


An Overview of Canada's Rangeland and Pasture Resources

RRI Director, Dr. Edward Bork, gave the first plenary session presentation at the 10th International Rangeland Congress held in Saskatoon, SK - July 2016.


Current Research on Environmental Goods and Services in Alberta Grasslands

Dr. Edward Bork gave an overview of research being conducted on environmental goods and services in Alberta grasslands in Lanigan, SK - June 2016.


Water Research on Alberta Grasslands

Dr. Edward Bork presented an overview of water research at the Agricultural Water Management Workshop in Edmonton, AB - May 2016.


Overview of Grassland Research: Environmental Goods and Services, Carbon, and Drought

Dr. Edward Bork, Dr. Dan Hewins, and Dr. Cameron Carlyle gave a joint presentation about their respective research on Environmental Goods and Services, Carbon, and Drought to the Alberta Forage Industry Network in Leduc, AB - March 2016.

Bork_Grassland Research_Mar4_2016

Weed Management in Pastures

Dr. Edward Bork presented research results about Canada Thistle control in pastures using herbicides, fertilizers, and rotational grazing - February 2016.


Aspen Management

Dr. Edward Bork speaks about the cattle industry's evolving perspectives on aspen management, as part of the Department of Renewable Resources Seminar Series: