IoE Rough Cut Science Series - Dr. Jeff Mosley
- Wednesday, October 31, 2018 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
- Barnard Hall, 126 - view map
As part of the Institute on Ecosystems' Rough Cut Science Series, Dr. Jeff Mosley will give a talk titled "Targeted Livestock Grazing - A Tool for Vegetation Management" at noon on Wednesday, Oct. 31 in Barnard Hall Room 126.
Dr. Jeff Mosley is a Professor of Range Science and the Range Management Specialist for Montana State University Extension. Jeff is an MSU alumnus and holds graduate degrees from the University of Idaho and Texas Tech University. Before returning to Montana in 1995, Jeff served on the faculties of the University of Arizona and the University of Idaho. Dr. Mosley's work focuses on grazing management, emphasizing invasive plants, livestock relationships with fish and wildlife, and collaborative conservation. Jeff has served as President of the International Society for Range Management (SRM) and President of the Range Science Education Council. Honors and awards have included teaching and academic advising awards from the University of Arizona, the University of Idaho, and the Range Science Education Council. Jeff received the Visionary Leadership Award from Montana State University Extension, and in 2012 Jeff was named a Fellow of the Society for Range Management.
Photo: Sheep Behind Sulfur Cinquefoil; Photo Credit: Rachel Frost
- Institute on Ecosystems