Ecology and management of large ungulate herbivores including consumer functions at organismal and ecosystem levels.
This course can be applied towards:
RS 300 (Rangeland Conservation and Stewardship); LAND 220/LIFE 220 (Fundamentals of Ecology).
Textbook and Materials
Dr. Casey Matney teaches online courses as part of Colorado State University’s natural resource stewardship master’s program. He currently serves as a regional extension specialist in range management, working from CSU’s Regional Engagement Center in Sterling, Colorado.
Matney’s professional focus revolves around rangeland management through research and teaching. His past experience includes work with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, USDA Forest Service, and Oregon State University.
Dr. Matney earned his Master of Science in Rangeland Resources in 2004 and Ph.D. in Rangeland Ecology and Management in 2010, both from Oregon State University.