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New Mexico Drought Outlook & Management Considerations for Rangeland Livestock Production Workshop

May 29, 2013
Socorro, NM

The National Drought Mitigation Center teamed up with New Mexico State University, National Integrated Drought Information System and New Mexico Section of the Society for Range Management to present a full-day "Drought Outlook and Management Considerations for Rangeland Livestock Producers" workshop on May 29, 2013. Over 150 rangeland managers and agency representatives participated in the workshop.

Presentations

  • NIDIS/NDMC Overview
    Deb Bathke, NDMC
  • NOAA Climate Services and Drought Outlook
    Dave Brown, NOAA Climate Services, Southern Region
  • Current Status of Drought in New Mexico
    Dave Dubois, NM State Climatologist
  • SW Seasonal Wildfire Outlook
    Chuck Maxwell, New Mexico Southwest Coordination Center
  • Impacts of Drought on Soils and Vegetation - Part 1
    Nick Ashcroft, NMSU
  • Impacts of Drought on Soils and Vegetation - Part 2
    Joel Brown, NRCS
  • Implications of Drought in Respect to Rangeland Livestock Production
    Manny Encinias, NMSU
  • Ranch Economics in Relation to Drought
    Jerry Hawkes, NMSU
  • Drought Plan Development and Tools for Producers
    Tonya Haigh, NDMC
  • Interactive Drought Plan Development
    Nicole Wall and Deborah Bathke, NDMC

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