Drought Proofing the Ranch

Date of Publication
July 11, 2022
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Learners will increase their understanding of drought management strategies in this course.

Course Information

Learners will develop an increased understanding of risk management strategies, identify the best risk management tools, and recognize the importance of advanced preparation for when a drought occurs. You will need to view all of the course material and complete the post-module survey.

  • Risk Management Products for Drought Mitigation
  • Nutritional and Other Management Strategies
  • Rangeland Management and Wildfire Mitigation Strategies During Drought
  • Economic Management Strategies to Minimize Drought Impact

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