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Out on the Land - Season 6 - Episode 72

Out on the Land features Plant Appreciation Day 
with Ricky 
LinexNRCS Wildlife Biologist
 


Out on the Land - Season 5 - Episode 55

Out on the Land features Seven Cross, Ranch Grazing Management and Lesser Prairie Chickens
with L.H. Webb, Operator-Seven Cross Ranch, Christian Hagen, Assistant Professor at Oregon State University and Lesser Prairie Chicken Initiative Science Advisor, Darren Richardson, NRCS Assistant State Conservationist-Texas
 


Out on the Land  - Season 5 - Episode 54  

Out on the Land features Camp Creek Ranch Cattle, and Lesser Prairie Chickens
with Salvador Salinas, USDA-NRCS State Conservationist, Texas, Clay Cooper, Owner, Camp Creek Ranch, Clint Rollins, NRCS Rangeland Management Specialist



Out on the Land - Season 4 - Episode 45

Out on the Land features Texas Small Farmers & Ranchers Community Based Organization (CBO) 
with Wade Ross, Director of the Texas Small Farmers & Ranchers Association, Charles Veal, Chairman Region 1, Texas Small Farmers & Ranchers Association, and Henry L. day, Owner Outback Ranch


Out on the Land - Season 4 - Episode 44

Out on the Land features our NRCS Texas Soil Survey staff and their efforts, including Soil Survey On-Site Investigations, Web Soil Survey, and Soil Web.
with Wayne Gabriel, NRCS Soil Scientist


Out on the Land - Season 3 - Episode 38

Out on the Land features Rocosa Ridge Ranch 

Mr. Bruce Berg, owner, discusses the conservation and overall management of his ranch near Meridian, TX.
The ranch was the winner of the award for Excellence in Grazing Management presented jointly
by the Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association and the Texas Section of the Society for Range Management.

The episode highlights the management of cattle grazing, two endangered bird species, white-tailed deer, and water resources.


Out on the Land - Season 3 - Episode 28

Out on the Land features Know your carrying capacity, range and pasture specialists determine cattle demand and forage supply.
with Jeff Goodwin, State GLCI Grazingland Specialist and Kent Ferguson, former State Rangeland Management Specialist