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Booths & Sponsorships

BOOTH AND SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Instructions:  Online payment:    https://carangeland.org/booth-sponsorship-opportunities.   OR  Print this Page and Send Check (payable to CRCC) to CRCC, 12233 North Flynn Rd, Livermore, CA 94550.   Include names and emails of included individuals with registration to karensweet@carangeland.org or by January 10 for name tag & seating. If you need registrations in addition to those included in the sponsorship, register them as individuals.   $  250 Booth and 1 Registration.  See booth information. $  250 Ranch Sponsor and 2 Registrations $ 100  Sponsor and 0 Registration $ 500  Sponsor and 2 Registrations $1000 Sponsor and 3 Registrations $1500 Sponsor and 3 Registrations $2000 Sponsor and 4 Registrations $3000 Sponsor and 6 Registrations $4000 Sponsor and 8 Registrations $5000 Sponsor and 12 Registrations Of course, donations of any amount if you are not attending will be most appreciated....

Booth and Sponsorship Registration

 Booth and CRCC Sponsorship Opportunities Instructions: Make your choice and either pay online below; OR Click to Print the form and send check (payable to CRCC) to CRCC, 12233 North Flynn Rd, Livermore, CA 94550. Include or send names and emails of included individuals to karensweet@carangeland.org by January 10 for name tag & seating. If you need registrations in addition to those included in the sponsorship, register them as individuals.    CRCC is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.  Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.  A W-9 is available upon request.        Other Amount   $250 Booth +1 Registration  $250 Ranch Sponsor +2 Registrations  $100 Sponsor, 0 Registration  $500 Sponsor +2 Registrations  $1000 Sponsor +3 Registrations  $1500 Sponsor +3 Registrations  $2000 Sponsor +4 Registrations  $3000 Sponsor +6 Registrations  $4000 Sponsor +8 Registrations  $5000 Sponsor +12...

December 12, 2017

2018 SUMMIT – January 16-17   Robert Cabral Ag Center,  2101 E Earhart Ave, Stockton Lions and Horses and Wolves, Oh My! – Policy and Management of Wildlife Conflict on Rangelands Co-sponsor, University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Full Agenda Tuesday, January 16 – Presentations, Dinner, Conservation Film Festival Keynote Speaker – Wally Roney, Northern California Rancher & Conservationist: “Ranching with Wildlife, Conserving Habitat on Working Lands” Presentations – Feral Pigs, Coyotes, Wild Horses, Mountain Lions, Wolves    Stewardship with Vision, a Western Landowners Alliance Film Festival Photo Contest, sponsored by Point Blue Conservation Science Poster Session     Booths Lunch & Dinner provided by San Joaquin Stanislaus CattleWomen and Wednesday, January 17 – Morning Workshops Summit Details and registration (soon to be live) Sponsorships   Contact: karensweet@carangeland.org   Summit – Related Information UC Rangelands Predator Hub.   Predators and grazing livestock rely upon rangeland habitats throughout California (and much of the world), and so livestock-predator conflicts are perhaps inevitable. The Livestock-Predator Information Hub is designed to provide research-based information for rangeland livestock producers and wildlife managers on mitigating and managing potential conflicts. Livestock Protection Tools – Part 1. Dan Macon, UCANR.  “Over the next several months, my Ranching in the Sierra Foothills blog will highlight information from a forthcoming UC publication on livestock protection tools. These blog posts, which reflect both research-based knowledge and real-world experience, are intended to help ranchers and small-scale livestock owners evaluate the types of tools that may fit their site-specific needs.” 3 Steps to Take When Finding a Suspected Livestock Predator Kill.  Tracy Schohr, UCANR.  “When you encounter a suspected livestock kill, it is important to...

Boothes

INFORMATIONAL BOOTHS – Tuesday, January 15, 2019 These booths are important to the Summit participants.  They provide conservation information, help the presenters share their projects or information, and provide a venue for collegiality.  Thank you for your participation. REGISTRATION link:  Registration includes one participant’s registration. CRCC will confirm receipt of your registration and the participant’s name.  Register additional participants separately online. BOOTH DESCRIPTION Tables are 5 ft long and about 20” wide. If you want 30″ deep, it will be first come, first served. We have a few that are wider and longer – first come, first served.  Floor standing booths work quite well, and if you do not want a table, please let Karen know in advance. Some of you will be against a fabric-covered accordion wall (a room divider), so you can use Velcro or painters tape if needed. Be prepared to be free-standing. If you need power, please bring a long extension cord. In this case, please let Karen know in advance or come early. BOOTH DELIVERY:       Robert J Cabral Agricultural Center, 2101 E Earhart Ave., Stockton CA 95206 Monday option: You may bring and set-up your booth in the late afternoon. The Ag Center will be open at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday. As you know, early arrival is recommended so that you can relax and be prepared when other participants arrive. You may drop off your materials and display on the parking lot curb and then park your vehicle. Use the main door in the center of the building. Your space will be identified. TAKE DOWN. The Summit agenda is through 3:30. You may take the booth down then. We...

2-Day Summit Agenda

Lions and Horses and Wolves, OH MY! – Policy and Management of Wildlife Conflict on Rangelands  AGENDA Tuesday, January 16, 2018 SUMMIT    9:00        Registration and Morning Coffee San Joaquin-Stanislaus CattleWomen 9:30        WELCOME!                                                                                                                                   Bre Owens, President  9:40        Ranching with Wildlife, Conserving Habitat on Working Lands  Wally Roney, Northern California Rancher 10:10      California Wild Pig Survey & Mobile App                                                John Harper, UCCE Mendocino County 10:35      Coyotes – Non-lethal control                                                                  Stephanie Larson, UCCE Sonoma County 10:55      Living with Wildlife While Ranching Sheep – the UC ANR HREC current practices and initial results                                                                                                  Alex McInturff, UC Hopland Research and Extension Center  11:15      Break      11:30      Department of Fish and Wildlife Policy on Wild Pigs and Coyotes  12:00      Lunch prepared by San Joaquin-Stanislaus CattleWomen 1:00        Wild Horse impact of springs and seeps on the Modoc National Forest Laura Snell, UCCE Modoc County 1:30        How policy has shaped wild horse management for nearly 40 years                                               Shane Starr 2:00        When Things go Wrong: Depredation causes and contexts Veronica Yovovich, Mountain Lion Foundation 2:30        Mountain Lion Policy & Research                            Justin Dellenger, California Department of Fish and Wildlife  3:00        Break      Homemade cookies and treats from San Joaquin-Stanislaus CattleWomen           3:15        Managing Livestock and Grass in a Wolf Populated...