Trent Teegerstrom

Associate Director - Tribal Extension Programs College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Selected adaptation projects:

  • Measuring ecosystem services and socio-economic benefits provided by adaptive management on Southwestern rangelands.

Publications related to adaptation:

  • Brewer, Joseph P., J.G. Hiller, T. Teegerstrom, and S. Burke, 2016.  A primer: Extension, Indian land tenure and rangeland limitations.  Rangelands, 38(1): 16-22.
  • Ward, R., T. Teegerstrom, and J. Hiller, 2013. IRS tax rules and Native American producers: One size does not fit all, Choices, 28(2).
  • Tronstad, R., T. Teegerstrom, and D. Osgood, 2004. The role of electronic technologies for reaching underserved audiences. ASSA invited paper for session titled, Implementation and Impact of Modern Electronic Technologies on Extension, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 86(3): 767-771.

Education

  • M.S., Agricultural Economics, West Virginia University, 1993
  • B.S., Farm and Ranch Management/Ag Economics, University of Wyoming, 1987

Expertise Area

  • Tribal Adaptation and Science Support
  • Resource Economics
  • Agriculture
  • Decision-Support
  • Natural Resources Management

Geographic Area

  • US/Canada