THE ELECTION FOR SRM 2018 OFFICERS WILL TAKE PLACE LATER THIS SUMMER. CLICK HERE TO READ THE CANDIDATES' STATEMENTS AND BIOS. IS YOUR MEMBERSHIP CURRENT SO YOU CAN VOTE? You must be an active member in order to vote in the SRM election. YOU … [Read More...]
There will be NO BOARD CALL FOR OCTOBER. The next SRM Board call is scheduled for November 6th from 8:00AM, Denver time. To join dial in: 866-254-5984 no code needed / http://www.uberconference.com/wssdc Board called are … [Read More...]
Calling all Mentors and Mentees! Sign up for this mentorship event at the 2018 SRM Annual Meeting! Thursday, January 30th, 4:00-5:30pm at the 2018 SRM Annual Meeting, Sparks NV CLICK HERE for the flyer and registration details. … [Read More...]
Registration DEADLINE for the 2018 SRM Rangeland Cup competition at the 2018 SRM Annual Meeting in Sparks: November 27, 2017 REGISTER YOUR TEAM ONLINE TODAY AT http://rangelandcup2018.eventbrite.com CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS … [Read More...]
CALL FOR 2018 RSEC-SRM NOMINATIONS for: OUTSTANDING UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING AWARD and EARLY CAREER UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING AWARD Deadline to submit nominations: November 1, 2017 Click Here For Information … [Read More...]
1. That the WH&B National Advisory Board have their next meeting in Washington, D.C. and present their most recent recommendations, including those presented in 2016, to agency officials. Tentatively to be scheduled early in the calendar year, but before the middle of March 18.
2. Phase out long-term holding over the next 3 years and apply that budget to on-range management and adoptions.
3. Create funding mechanisms to maximize adoptions and/or sales, especially through successful programs, and to include international adoptions and/or sales.
4. Increase WH&B funding for reversible fertility control by $3 million in FY 2019.
5. BLM will immediately (within the next 3 years) follow the WH&B Act and remove excess animals from the range to achieve AML. Further, BLM will use the help and assistance of all state and local agencies, organizations and individuals in achieving AML.
6. Maintain AML by using fertility control to slow population growth at levels where removals equals the adoption demand.
7. Adjust AML where appropriate.