Monitoring Rangeland Health: A Guide for Pastoralist Communities and Other Land Managers in Eastern Africa
The African monitoring manual contains simplified methods requiring less specialized training and tools. Although written for use in rural Africa, it can have broader applications.
The goal of the Habitat Assessment Framework is to provide policy makers, resource managers, and specialists with a framework for the conservation of sagebrush ecosystems across the landscape. This involves landscape-scale mapping and monitoring and provides standardized methods to help gather data locally that can apply to greater-scale monitoring and management efforts.
Older versions of Interpreting Indicators of Rangeland Health
If you need to reference an older version of the manual for Interpreting Indicators of Rangeland Health, version 4 (published in 2017) is available for download from the BLM library here.