Environmental Planning • Habitat Restoration • Biological Resources • Vegetation Management • Regulatory Compliance • Goat Grazing
15 Jan 2019
Goat Grazing for Wildland Management Presentation Jan 17 2019 Sage Environmental Group

Goat Grazing for Wildland Management – Presentation at SAROC WMA

Alissa Cope, Environmental Planner and Restoration Ecologist at Sage Environmental Group, will speak at the January 17, 2019 meeting of the Santa Ana River-Orange County Weed Management Area organization.

She will describe her experience deploying the Sage in-house herd of goats at client sites in Southern California. This natural method of weed control is gaining popularity and attention.

She will speak about the pros and cons of goat grazing, the critical need to target grazing for specific undesired plants to prevent site damage, and how grazing can enhance habitat and grassland restoration.

Visit Our Goat Grazing Website Page to Learn More

 

10 Sep 2018
California Nativie Plant Seed Farm

Volunteer: National Public Lands Day at Native Seed Farm

Restoration and Resilience

Join Irvine Ranch Conservancy at its Native Seed Farm on September 22, 2018 from 8:00am to 1:00pm to celebrate National Public Lands Day.
  • Learn: what local conservation managers are doing to restore habitat for Orange County’s native plants and animals. 
  • Volunteer: roll up your sleeves and help pick some native seed that will be used on restoration projects for Irvine Ranch Conservancy
24 Aug 2018
Goats for Wildland Management at Irvine Ranch Conservancy

Goat Grazing For Wildland Management in Irvine

Sharing a wonderful blog article recently published by Irvine City Councilwoman Melissa Fox. "Say Hello to Irvine's Newest Fire Prevention Method - Goats!"

She describes the benefits of using goats to suppress non-native grasses and reduce the vegetation that provides fuel for wildfires. Thank you, Ms. Fox for informing her readers of the benefits of goat grazing and a "shout out" to our firm.

Sage Environmental Group's herd of goats is currently working in meadows on Irvine Ranch Conservancy open space lands. Learn more about this safe and cost-effective weed control method.