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Two Dozen Reasons – Photos

testing weather conditions before a burn
learning fire suppression
student using a drip torch during a burn
student using a drip torch during a burn
students collecting and identifying plants
a student collecting and identifying plants
plant ID team keeps working after their swim
students had to press their plants after collecting them in the field
students worked late to finish their plant collections
stacks of plant presses await judging
learning about fire tools
learning about forage production
all ears toward and eyes on Dr. Jake Landers
hard at work in the outdoor classroom
checking out the rainfall simulator
learning how to judge range conditions
using plots to determine species composition and production, important components of range evaluation

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