Staff Chair and Extension Faculty, Range and Livestock
Crook Extension Service
498 Lynn Blvd.
Prineville, OR 97754-2840
Extension work in Crook County; educational programs on the management and
proper use of central Oregon rangeland resources; conflict management.
Particularly, applied research on range/livestock interactions and resource use;
assisting user groups with conflicting values, helping them come together to
initiate management that meets common goals.
Impacts of western juniper harvest on hydrologic cycle
methods for commercial utilization
Commercial utilization of western juniper
Deboodt, T., J.C. Buckhouse and M.P. Fisher. (2005). Will the Creek Flow
Again: The Camp Creek Paired Watershed Study. IN: Range Science Series Report
#7. OSU Range Field Days, Research in Rangeland Management, Sustaining the Land,
Sustaining the People. OSU Department of Range Ecology and Management. Pgs.
Coulter, E.D., T. Deboodt and G. Hudspeth. (2005). Juniper Project,
Production and Cost Estimates for Two Western Juniper Extraction Systems. Report
to Prineville Partnership. 26 pgs.
Deboodt, T., M. Fisher and J. Buckhouse. (2005). Camp Creek Paired
Watershed Juniper Control/Water Quality Monitoring Project. 58th Annual Meeting,
Society for Range Management. Fort Worth, TX. Abstract no. 75 pg. 36.
Fisher, M., T. Deboodt and J. Buckhouse. (2005). Camp Creek Paired
Watershed Study. 58th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. Fort Worth,
TX. Abstract no. 111. pg. 54
Deboodt, T. (2002). Ecological Constraints to Management of Central
Oregon Rangelands: Enjoying Its Products and Values. IN: Range Science Series
Report #5. OSU Range Field Days, Management of Western Juniper Rangelands. OSU
Department of Rangeland Ecology and Management. Pgs. 1-6.
Swan, L, T. Deboodt, G. Ardt, J. Bates. July, 2000. State of Oregon,
Western Juniper Legislative Report: Resource and Commercialization Status,
Trends and Issues. 8 pgs.
Swan, L. et al. including T. Deboodt. July, 2000. Western Juniper Issues:
A Report to the Oregon Board of Forestry and the Ad Hoc SB 1151 Juniper Issues
Group. 51 pgs.
Water Quality and Grazing
Range and Natural Resources