The nominating committee is currently accepting nominations for Second Vice President and the Board of Directors (two positions) candidates to be interviewed on … [Read More...]
2018 SRM Board Calls will be held the first Tuesday*of each month from 8AM-10AM MT To join dial in: (888) 915-2599 no code ne … [Read More...]
We are excited to announce the launch of the Native American Rangeland Management Training Project! The Society for Range Management is collaborating with tribal partners … [Read More...]
Welcome to the Art of Range, a podcast designed to produce education and conservation through conversation. Rangeland management practitioners are a colorful social group. … [Read More...]
2019 Rangeland Cup - Minneapolis Prairie grasslands are diverse and productive ecosystems that provide society a wide array of ecosystem goods and services. Unfortunately, … [Read More...]
Calling all Mentors and Mentees! Join us for the 2nd Annual YPC/Student Conclave "Bridging the Gap" Mentorship Event Tuesday, February 12, 2018 4:00-6:00pm 2019 SRM … [Read More...]
Calling all clubs, students and advisors!!! There’s a change coming your way! The Student Activities Committee is replacing the Student Chapter Display contest with the NEW U … [Read More...]
Please join us in congratulating your new officers! 2019 2nd Vice President Dr. J Alfonso "Poncho" Ortega Santos 2018 Directors Dr. Patricia S. Johnson Dr. David … [Read More...]
The Student Conclave represented well this year at the Summer Board meeting, held in Denver, the location for the national meeting in 2020. For the first time, two … [Read More...]
This past August, YPC President Bree Lind got the opportunity to attend the Washington, D.C. Fly-in while, I, YPC Vice-President Veronica Urbanczyk, was representing Young … [Read More...]
Natural Resources Specialist for Rangeland Livestock-Wildlife Interactions
FT 12-mo tenure-track faculty position focused on rangeland ecology & mgmt at the Asst, Assoc or Full Prof level, housed in Elko, NV.
For info go to https://t.co/Q9Qg8kB3wc.
Collaboration is key in Rangeland management and we’re fortunate to have many members dedicated to finding solutions for the betterment of Rangelands.
“These small fires benefited the entire forest ecosystem, returning nutrients to the soil by burning old vegetation and encouraging new growth by allowing sunlight to reach the forest floor.”
...some thoughts for your Friday afternoon....