Linda H. Hardesty
- The long term ecological impacts of cattle grazing on forested ranges of the interior northwest.
- Developing methods for control of the invasive grass Phalaris arundinacea in northwest wetlands.
Teaching /Professional Interests
Linda H. Hardesty is an associate professor of forest and range management in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences at Washington State University. She specializes in range livestock production systems with emphasis on agroforestry. Dr. Hardesty studied wildlife management, veterinary sciences and range management and has a PhD in Range Management from Utah State University. Her experience with silvopastoral systems includes both private and public land based wildlife, small ruminant and cattle production systems in the US, Brazil, Australia, Portugal, Jordan, Tanzania, and Madagascar.
Dr. Hardesty's current research includes evaluating the long term ecological impacts of cattle grazing on forested ranges of the interior northwest and developing methods for control of the invasive grass Phalaris arundinacea in northwest wetlands.
Utah State University - Logan, UT
Natural Resource Sciences
Washington State University
121 Johnson Hall
Pullman, WA 99164-6410