Jeffrey Fehmi

Associate Director of Graduate Advancement


Program Chair, EMRR

Ecology, Management, and Restoration of Rangelands


I primarily research three aspects of rangeland systems on their trajectory from degradation to self-sustaining productivity: effective methods for restoration and reclamation, linking disturbances to degradation, and detecting rangeland changes.


Rangeland Inventory and Monitoring (RAM 456/556); Management and Restoration of Wildland Vegetation (RAM 446/546); Rangeland Management Planning (RAM 487/587); Restoration Ecology (RNR 496e/696e); Agave, Cacti, and Other Succulents of Southern Arizona (RNR 310)


  • Ph.D. Wildland Resource Science, University of California at Berkeley, 1998.
  • M.S. Range Management, University of California at Berkeley, 1994.
  • B.S. Natural Resource Management, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1989.