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Additionally, the senator hosted former Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell in North Dakota on multiple occasions, where he pressed the chief to address ranchers concerns regarding grasslands management practices.
He won the Wales Grassland competition in 1978, the Wales Silage competition three times and the UK BGS National Silage competition in 1983 and 1995.
But if anybody can make grasslands interesting, Steffen can.
There are 600 ha of predominantly warm-season grassland (native and restored) embedded within the COA, with many more lands suitable for restoration.
The seasonally flooded grasslands are home to 11 species of threatened bird, including the Bengal florican, whose population has declined by 44 per cent in seven years due to habitat loss.
DEC currently manages more than 11,000 acres of grassland habitat on state Wildlife Management Areas, some of which are regularly used by short-eared owls.
On Tuesday of this week, a Bozeman-based group purchased the 150,000-acre South Ranch and plans to develop the grassland as a natural reserve.
The weather has become hot with strong wind in the grassland-covered region, posing fire risks for grassland fire.
Today all semi-natural calcareous grassland types are rare in Latvia, and are therefore protected both by national and European legislative acts.
Forty-six academics and researchers from Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America contribute 12 chapters examining various aspects of grassland biodiversity.
When the project started in 2003, the grassland held very little biodiversity or wildlife interest because it had been mowed regularly.
According to the study, which was carried out in Inner Mongolia, grassland produces more nitrous oxide during the spring thaw when sheep or cattle have not been grazing.