Join us for an upcoming ‘Ona Highlight’
We invite you to join us on the second Tuesday of each month for the UF/IFAS Range Cattle Research and Education Center ‘Ona Highlight.’ These presentations provide an informative look into the research being done by our faculty and students and occasionally shine the spotlight on an invited guest presenter. Those who are interested in attending can do so in person or by webinar. Presentations are given in the Grazinglands Education Building, begin at 11:00 AM, and last about 45 minutes.
Interested in attending a webinar? Connect a few minutes before start time by clicking the link you received when you registered. It will take a couple of minutes to fully connect. Test your sound and familiarize yourself with the GoToMeeting panel, including the location of the questions box. During the presentation you can type your question into the box and the presenter will respond at the end of the talk. They will also address any questions the in house audience may have.
Curious about our past events? All webinars are recorded and available for viewing in the virtual classroom of our website. You will also find a printable PDF of they presentations there.
If you would like to attend an upcoming programs in person, register by calling 863-735-1314. The Center is located at 3401 Experiment Station, Ona, FL 33865. If you would like to register for one of the webinars, click the appropriate registration link on our web calendar at http://rcrec-ona.ifas.ufl.edu/events.shtml.
Checkout these upcoming Ona Highlights:
8/14 – “Conservation easements from a rancher’s perspective” with Jim Strickland
Vice Chairman of Florida Conservation Group Owner, Blackbeard’s Ranch
9/11 – “Nitrogen Use Efficiency of Limpograss” with Joao Vendramini
Associate Professor, UF/IFAS Range Cattle REC
10/9 – “Impacts of wild pigs on wetlands and aquatic communities
across a Florida Rangeland” with Wes Anderson
Ph.D. Candidate, UF Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
11/13 – “Archbold-UF LTAR project – Manipulating fire and grazing to enhance the delivery of ecosystem services from subtropical humid grasslands” with Betsey Boughton
Program Director, MacArthur Agro-ecology Research Center
12/11 – “Wild Hogs and Big Data: How to deal with 4 million game camera images to answer questions on hog biology and management” with Raoul Boughton
Assistant Professor, UF/IFAS Range Cattle REC
Rangeland Wildlife and Ecosystems