Rangeland monitoring is documenting or measuring how conditions of your land and/or vegetation are changing in response to the environment and the management you’re applying, and then periodically evaluating the change in those conditions relative to your management objectives. It is also a tool that can be used to understand what changes might be needed in your management program to make sure that your making progress in meeting those management objectives. After viewing this video, you will know what rangeland monitoring is, as well as why you should monitor land that you manage.

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