University of Wisconsin–Madison

Project Outputs

The Grazing Public Lands project has generated a number of outputs, ranging from informational videos to masters’ theses. Below is a sampling of some key deliverables.

Jacob Grace, master’s degree candidate in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Agroecology Program, discusses his research on the potential for managing brush with livestock on Wisconsin public grasslands in this video.

And here, Jacob assembles a video “snapshot” of the project from various perspectives.

Masters’ Theses and Final Projects

Sam Asper (2017)
Grassland Bird Species Abundance on Grazed and Non-Grazed Land at Buena Vista Wildlife Area, Wisconsin

Greta Landis (2016)
Evaluating Grazing Partnerships on Wisconsin’s Public Grasslands: Adaptive Collaboration in Agroecology Research

Courtney Robinson (2016)
Opportunities and Challenges with Grazing Public Grassland in Wisconsin: The Producer Perspective