Fort Reno - Grazinglands research laboratory

Fort Reno - Grazinglands research laboratory


El Reno, Oklahoma (OK), US
The mission of the Grazinglands Research Laboratory is develop and deliver improved technologies, management strategies, and strategic and tactical planning tools which help evaluate and manage economic and environmental risks, opportunities, and tradeoffs, for integrated crop, forage, and livestock systems under variable climate, energy and market conditions.

Fort Reno was established as a permanent post in July, 1875, near the Darlington Indian Agency on the old Cheyenne-Arapho reserve in Indian Territory. Named for General Jesse L. Reno, who died at the Battle of Antietam, it supported the U.S. Army following the Cheyenne uprising in 1874.
The mission of the Grazinglands Research Laboratory is develop and deliver improved technologies, management strategies, and strategic and tactical planning tools which help evaluate and manage economic and environmental risks, opportunities, and tradeoffs, for integrated crop, forage, and livestock systems under variable climate, energy and market conditions.

Fort Reno was established as a permanent post in July, 1875, near the Darlington Indian Agency on the old Cheyenne-Arapho reserve in Indian Territory. Named for General Jesse L. Reno, who died at the Battle of Antietam, it supported the U.S. Army following the Cheyenne uprising in 1874.
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Links: ars.usda.gov
By: kjfitz

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