Researchers study how grazing on invasive grasses can affect wildfire threat

A stretch of raw land near Ironside in Malheur County. (The Enterprise/Rachel Parsons)

A research project by Oregon State University’s Extension Service in Malheur County is examining whether grazing on invasive grasses can help mitigate wildfire threats in the sagebrush steppe.

The goals behind the study are to improve rangeland health and to reduce fine fuels in the . . .

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