Evaluating the Potential for Quinoa and Amaranth Grain Production in the Klamath Basin
Principle Investigator: Rob Wilson, Center Director/Farm Advisor, UC Intermountain Research & Extension Center.
Determination of the feasibility of growing quinoa and amaranth under Tulelake's unique climate and soils
Microbial Water Quality Survey on the Klamath and Modoc National Forests
Principal Investigator: Kenneth W. Tate, Ph.D. Professor and Rangeland Watershed Specialist, Department of Plant Sciences, UC Davis; Leslie Roche Ph.D., Assistant Cooperative Extension Specialist, Department of Plant Sciences; Carissa K. Rivers, Livestock/Natural Resources Advisor, Siskiyou County; Laura Snell, Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor, Cooperative Extension, Modoc County.
Qualtify E.coli concentrations in surface waters at 6 key grazing areas in the Modoc (n=3) sites) and Klamath (n=5 sites) National Forests for 30 days before (n=5 samples per site) and 30 days after (n=3 samples per site) annual livestock introduction.