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Grasslands & Hardwood Rangelands
A Planner's Guide For Oak Woodlands
Designed for professional planners, consultants, and landscape architects, this new edition provides science-based information that can guide decision-making.

Publication Number:: 3491
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A Planners Guide For Oak Woodlands (Minor Damage)
Designed for professional planners, consultants, and landscape architects, this new edition provides science-based information that can guide decision-making.

Publication Number:: 3491SD
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Barb Goatgrass
Barb goatgrass is a winter annual grass native to Europe and western Asia. It first appeared in California in the early 1900s, but only recently has it begun to spread widely, crowding out native vegetation. Learn to identify and manage this hardy weed.

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Barb Goatgrass and Medusahead: Timing of Grazing and Mowing Treatments
Barb goatgrass and medusahead are invasive annual grasses that cause economic or environmental detriment. Learn how to identify the optimum timing of grazing and mowing treatments for management in your situation.

Publication Number:: 8567
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Burned Oaks: Which Ones Will Survive?
Wildfire in an oak woodland can kill some trees outright and leave others with burn damage that may or may not eventually kill them, too. Here is a quick method for assessing the extent of burn damage and the likelihood that an affected tree will survive.

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California Naturalist Series: Natural History of the Sierra Nevada
Whether you hike along the Pacific Crest Trail, fish a trout stream, ski the steep eastern slopes, or picnic beneath the canopy of a valley oak, Californians love the Sierra Nevada. Learn more about its natural features and conservation challenges.

Publication Number:: 8535
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California Range Brushlands and Browse Plants
The descriptive characteristics and forage value of common California range plants.

Publication Number:: 4010
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Developing a Monitoring Program for Riparian Revegetation Projects
Private landowners, ecosystem restoration professionals, and resource agency staff can work together to increase native vegetation on the banks of streams and rivers. This publication gives practical advice on how to make this kind of project work.

Publication Number:: 8363
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Getting a Handle on Broom: Scotch, French, Spanish, and Portuguese Brooms
Scotch broom and related plants can aid in erosion control and improve soil nitrogen content, but they can also be formidable as weeds. This publication tells how and where broom grows best and gives tips on how to keep it under control.

Publication Number:: 8049
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Goldspotted Oak Borer: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Goldspotted oak borer attacks xylem and phloem layers near the base of oak trees and can girdle and kill mature oaks. A San Diego area pest, it may eventually spread to other areas of California. Learn identification and treatment methods.

Publication Number:: 74163
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Guidelines for Describing Grazing Management & Utilization
Terms and quantification techniques to help you accurately assess the effects of livestock grazing when you conduct a botanical survey of an area.

Publication Number:: 7225
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Guidelines for Managing California’s Hardwood Rangelands
Helps landowners and managers of hardwood rangeland properties develop management plans that maintain the profitability of their properties while at the same time sustaining the ecological values provided by their land.

Publication Number:: 3368
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Guidelines for Residual Dry Matter (RDM) Management
Properly managed RDM can be expected to provide a high degree of protection from soil erosion and nutrient loss. Applications of specific RDM standards based on research and experience have shown the effectiveness of this approach to grazing management.

Publication Number:: 8092
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Invasive Plants and Wildfires in Southern California
Native plants of California's chaparral are adapted to natural wildfire, re-establishing within a few years after a fire. Non-native plants can upset this balance and allow wildfires to recur too soon. Learn to recognize and control these problem plants.

Publication Number:: 8397
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Living among California's Oaks (DVD)
This program describes problems related to regeneration and survival of oak trees in California and suggests ways for developers and landowners to protect oaks in the home and business landscape.

Publication Number:: 6545D
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Living among the Oaks: A Management Guide for Landowners and Managers
The oak tree is a symbol of all that is solid and reliable, but without proper care and stewardship an oak can be just as fragile as any part of a rangeland ecosystem. Learn how to keep your oak trees healthy so they can benefit generations to come.

Publication Number:: 21538
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Oak Woodland Invertebrates: The Little Things Count
This beautiful color publication is an excellent introductory guide to the minute animals called invertebrates that live in the oak woodland ecosystem in California. An excellent guide for anyone who wants to know more about this important ecosystem.

Publication Number:: 21598
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Oak Woodland Invertebrates: The Little Things Count (Minor Damage)
This beautiful color publication is an excellent introductory guide to the minute animals called invertebrates that live in the oak woodland ecosystem in California. An excellent guide for anyone who wants to know more about this important ecosystem.

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Photo-Monitoring for Better Land Use Planning & Assessment
A set of photographs taken every year from the same locations can give you a better sense of how natural events, cultural practices, and other factors change your rangeland property over time.

Publication Number:: 8067
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Poison Oak: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Poison oak or western poison oak has a distribution extending from British Columbia south to the Baja California peninsula. Contact with poison oak leaves or stems at any time of the year can cause an allergic response.

Publication Number:: 7431
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Protecting Trees from Sudden Oak Death before Infection
Sudden oak death, caused by Phytophthora ramorum infection, has killed over a million oak trees in California. Most infected trees do die of the disease, but this publication gives some steps you can take to prevent infection in the first place.

Publication Number:: 8426
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Rangeland Management Series: Annual Range Forage Production
Livestock on California's foothill rangelands get much of their nutrition from rangeland forage plants. An understanding of how climatic factors influence forage productivity can help growers predict the need to provide supplemental feed.

Publication Number:: 8018
Rangeland Management Series: Annual Rangeland Forage Quality
Livestock on California's foothill rangelands get much of their nutrition from rangeland forage plants. Year-to-year variations in environmental conditions determine the nutrient content of this forage.

Publication Number:: 8022
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Rangeland Management Series: Balancing Beef Cow Nutrient Requirements and Season
Livestock on California's foothill rangelands get much of their nutrition from rangeland forage plants. The publication helps you strike the best balance of range forage to purchased feed in any given year.

Publication Number:: 8021
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