These documents report the findings for range compliance projects ? compliance monitoring of the regulatory requirements for stubble height identified in key areas in a Range Use Plan under the Forest Practices Code Act of British Columbia and Regulations. Stubble height was selected for its relevance as an indicator of environmental conditions and for ease of measurement. Stubble height has been widely used to gauge the impacts of grazing use in both riparian and upland areas. The reports provide recommendations intended to improve stubble height management and compliance.
Ministry of Environment. 2006. Compliance With Range Use Plan Stubble Heights - Reports on Monitoring Activities. Ministry of Environment
Keywords: grazing, riparian, upland, stubble height, range use plan, forest practices code act of british columbian and regulations
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