The Center for Grassland Studies provides focused, interdisciplinary research, education and service programs and activities that emphasize the role of grasslands as a natural resource and enhance the efficiency, profitability, and sustainability of grasslands and turfs. Academic programs within the Center include Grassland Systems, PGA Golf Management and Integrated Beef Systems.
Juniperus Virginiana Ecology and Impact on Ecosystem Services in the Nebraska Sandhills with Tala Awada
Results from multi-scale long-term research on the impacts of Juniperus virginiana expansion on important ecosystem services in the Nebraska Sandhills.
ArborLinks: Collaboration from Start to Finish and Beyond with Steve Merkel
Steve Merkel, director of agronomy at Landscapes Unlimited, discusses the environmental focus of planning, design, construction, and operations at ArborLinks golf course.
Carbon Markets and Carbon Banks: What Do They Mean for Nebraska Agriculture? with Dave Aiken
Dave Aiken, professor in Agricultural Economics and an upcoming speaker for the Fall Seminar Series, discusses carbon markets and carbon banks.
Hope on the Hardgrass: Social-ecological Lessons from the Collaborative Adaptive Rangeland Management Project in Colorado with Hailey Wilmer
Hailey Wilmer, Research Rangeland Management Specialist with USDA-ARS Sheep Production Efficiency Research and an upcoming speaker for the Fall Seminar Series, discusses the Collaborative Adaptive Rangeland Management Project in Colorado.
Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics on Sandhills Wet Meadows with Martha Mamo
Martha Mamo, department head of Agronomy & Horticulture and an upcoming speaker for the Fall Seminar Series, discusses soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics on Sandhills wet meadows.
Seeded Perennial Grasslands: Opportunities for Marginal Cropland in the Great Plains and Midwest with Rob Mitchell
Rob Mitchell, Research Leader & Location Coordinator with USDA-ARS and an upcoming speaker for the Fall Seminar Series, discusses opportunities for marginal cropland in the Great Plains and Midwest.