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Professor Donahue's Presentations

Livestock Production, Climate Change and Health, University of Wyoming Animal Science 4630 (Topics & Issues course) (Mar. 30, 2016).

Checkerboard Federal Land Grants for Railroad Construction, 1860-80, University of Wyoming ENR 5900 (capstone course) (Mar. 22, 2016).

Federal Mistrust in the American West: Who Owns the Land? (speaker in on-air panel discussion), To the Point with Warren Olney, Public Radio,, Santa Monica, CA (Jan. 8, 2016).

Cattle Ranching and Public Land in the West: A New Direction?, ABA Section of State and Local Government, 2014 Fall Council Meeting, Denver, CO (Oct. 10, 2014).

Landscape-scale Litigation: WWP v. Salazar, Hot Topics, Continuing Legal Education, University of Wyoming College of Law (Nov. 5, 2011).

The Clean Water Act, University of Wyoming Environment and Natural Resources Capstone course lecture (Fall 2010).

Win, Lose or Draw? Greater Sage Grouse and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, UW Animal Science 4630, Laramie, WY (March 2010).

Trampling the Public Trust, Natural Resources Law Teachers Institute, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Chico, Montana (May 29, 2009).

Trampling the Public Trust, Rural Law Symposium, University of Montana School of Law, Missoula (April 10, 2009).

The Role of Livestock Production in Climate and Environmental Change, Symposium: A Climate of Disruption: Legal Measures for Adaptation and Mitigation, Michigan State University School of Law, East Lansing, MI (Feb. 2008).

Teaching Native American Natural Resources, Association of American Law Schools Annual Convention, Washington, DC (Jan. 2007).

Ecosystem Services of Rangelands, The Law & Policy of Ecosystem Services: A Symposium, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL (Apr. 2006).

Western Grazing: The Capture of Grass, Ground, and Government. The Rule of Capture and Its Consequences, Lewis & Clark Expedition Bicentennial Conference, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, OR (Apr. 2005).

The Sagebrush Sea, RangeNet Conference, Albuquerque, NM (Nov. 2004).

Marketing a Myth: Bush's Grazing Policies, Stanford Law School Environmental Seminar Workshop, Stanford, CA (Apr. 2004).

New Zealand: Paradise Lost, University of Wyoming College of Law, Laramie, WY (Apr. 2003) (faculty seminar).

The Western Range Revisited, University of Wyoming School of Environment and Natural Resources Campus Colloquium, Laramie, WY (Oct. 2001).

The Western Range Revisited, Utah State University College of Natural Resources, Logan, UT (Sept. 18, 2001) (graduate seminar/public lecture).

The Western Range Revisited, Cooper Ornithological Society Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM (Apr. 2000) (plenary speaker).

Public Land Grazing, Austin Scott Annual Lecture, Political Science Department, University of Nebraska, Kearney, NE (Nov. 2000).

The Western Range Revisited, Desert Tortoise Council 26th Annual Meeting, Tucson, AZ (Mar. 2000) (featured speaker).

International Education Presentations

Biodiversity Law (intensive course), Environmental LLM program, Auckland School of Law, New Zealand (Aug. 2007).

Species and Habitat Protection: Comparison of Legal Tools in United States and New Zealand, University of Canterbury School of Forestry, Christchurch, New Zealand (Oct. 2002) (faculty seminar).

Where Fools Rush In: Rewards and Pitfalls of Interdisciplinary Scholarship, Social Ecology Seminar Series, New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law, University of Auckland School of Law, New Zealand (May 2002).

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