Rapid assessment of Restoration Outcomes: Case study of Acacia reficiens control in Samburu

Approximately 65–70% of rangelands in Sub-Saharan Africa classified as being moderately to severely degraded, with significant reductions in vegetation cover, increases in undesirable species, or both. Several initiatives have been initiated to halt or reverse degradation across the continent at various scales. However, scarce resources available to managers on degraded African Rangelands discourages experimental testing…

Mobile apps for Rangeland Management

Rangelands can generally be defined as ecosystems with natural vegetation that support wildlife or livestock grazing. Common examples include grasslands, shrublands, woodlands, wetlands, and deserts. Rangelands cover nearly 40% of the earth’s land surface, and support a large portion of its human population and biodiversity. However, several factors working in concert have led to widespread…