"Using Animal Behavior to Manage Grazing" is the topic of a Dec. 4 meeting co-sponsored by Brule Buffalo Lyman Bootstraps and the South Dakota Grasslands Coalition (SDGLC). The featured speaker will be Utah State University's Fred Provenza, known for his studies on animal grazing behavior. His lecture starts at 9 a.m. at the Cedar Shore Resort in Oacoma, SD. Registration fee includes a handout and CD, lunch and breaks. SDGLC members registering before Nov. 20 pay $50, while non-members can register for $65. After Nov. 20, member registration costs $75, and non-member registration becomes $90. Contact Julie Williams at 605-894-4363 or wagner@midstatesd.net for more information.