Range & Wildlife Research
Benjamin Geaumont, Wildlife and Range Scientist
OPEN POSITION: Wildlife and Rangeland Research Specialist- For more information and to apply ndsu.ag/hettinger2024. Contact Ben Geaumont for more information 701-567-4323 or email@example.com.
OPEN POSITION: Graduate Assistantship – M.S. Restoring diversity in established non-native grasslands to improve cover for gamebirds and pollinators North Dakota State University / Hettinger Research Extension Center / School of Natural Resource Sciences. Contact Ben Geaumont for more information 701-567-4323 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- An Assessment of the importance of shelterbelts as early season nectar and pollen resources for domesticated honeybees
- Using drones to assess floristic resources for pollinators over space and time
- Restoring disturbance to old Conservation Reserve Program Fields to Promote Ecosystem Services.
- Evaluate the ability of over seeding native forbs following prescribed fire to enhance habitat for pollinators. Assess differences in seeding method and impact of herbivory on forb establishment
- Monitoring native pollinator communities throughout North Dakota: Status and Management considerations for bees and butterflies.
- Land use and severe weather events, ring-necked pheasant survival in a changing landscape.
- Alternative Land Management on Lands Managed for Wildlife
- Managing disturbance for multi-functional rangelands: livestock, plant, and pollinator resource management strategies the differentially use fire and grazing
- Propagation of native seed for use in future restorations in western North Dakota.
- Southwest ring-necked pheasant initiative.
- Plant diversity improvements on the Fort Pierre National Grasslands.