Cattle on the Malheur National Forest (copy)

Cattle graze in an Oregon national forest. 

ENTERPRISE, Ore. — Although foresters and farmers often work in harmony, Peter Schreder, an Oregon State University professor and extension agent in Wallowa County, said he sees room for more overlap between them.

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Peter Schreder

"I just think we haven't considered on a larger scale the relationship between livestock management and forest management," said Schreder. "How can we manage forests and livestock together to benefit both? There is room for more integration."

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