69th SRM Annual Meeting & Trade Show


Rangelands and Wildlife

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Jan. 31 - Feb. 4, 2016
Corpus Christi, TX


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A well-trained and highly motivated group of professionals and rangeland users working with productive, sustainable rangeland ecosystems.
Providing leadership for the Stewardship of Rangelands based on sound ecological principles.
is the professional society dedicated to supporting persons who work with rangelands and have a commitment to their sustainable use. Rangelands comprise almost one-half of all the lands in the world. They are extremely important to society for the goods and services they produce and for the ecological services they provide. SRM is dedicated to the conservation and sustainable management of rangelands for the benefit of current societies and for future generations. For more information on rangelands and rangeland resources check out Links above.
SRM Membership Renewal:

SRM membership renewals are in full swing!

If you have any questions regarding your renewal please call the SRM Business Office at: (785) 865-9456. Or email: membership@rangelands.org. Click here to view our membership brochure and other publications.

SRM Membership Brochure

Ecological Site Description Workshops:

ESD Workshop Info

The Ecological Site Description workshop series hosted by SRM and agency partners is a landmark effort that involves opportunities for critical interagency discussion. Click here for more information.

The webpage is now available for the SRM Ecological Site Description Workshop that was held in Winnemucca, NV June 5-7 2012.
Click Here.
Rangeland News Website
SRM Outreach Blog

Rangeland News - now available online! Check out the Rangeland News website at www.RangelandNews.org

SRM BOARD OF DIRECTORS will meet via conference call the fourth Wednesday of every month at 12 p.m. MST (schedule subject to change)

There will be no Board call for October.

Schedule for upcoming Board calls:
Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015 12:00PM MT
Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015 12:00PM MT
Wednesday, Jan. 6, , 2015 12:00PM MT

Phone: (646) 749-3122
Access Code: 447-858-221#
Online Meeting: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/447858221

Sage-grouse no longer listed as endangered
SRM has issued a press celebrating the greater sage-grouse non-listing decision. SRM will continue working with the Sage Grouse initiative (SGI) in the months to come on this issue as it moves forward. Read the full press release.

Other Events of Interest:

USDA-NRCS Webinars Available & Offering SRM Continuing Education Credit (CEUs)
Email Holli.Kuykendall@gnb.usda.gov for more information

SRM YPC Wildrags for the 2016 Annual Meeting
Corpus Christi, TX. Deadline is Sept. 15.
Click here for details.



2016 SRM Officers Election Results

Please join us in congratulating your new officers!

2016 2nd Vice President
Dr. Barry Irving

2016 Directors
Dr. Eddie Alford
Curtis Talbot

A big THANK YOU to all candidates for their participation in this year's election. We genuinely appreciate your willingness to serve the SRM!

International Travel Fellowship

Announcing an International Travel Fellowship (ITF) for the 69th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting, Technical Training and Trade Show to be held January 31 to February 04, 2016 at Corpus Christi, Texas! The theme of the 2016 meeting is Rangelands and Wildlife.

We seek outstanding rangeland professionals from outside the USA and Canada to apply for an ITF that will provide registration and general travel support to attend the 2016 SRM Annual Meeting. See the application details and a list of previous winners here.

A description of the 2016 SRM Annual Meeting, as well as portals for the submission of abstracts and registration and lodging information, is found here.

Abstracts for meeting presentations are due 25 September 2015.

While a presentation is not absolutely required for ITF applicants, it is preferred. Applications for the ITF award are due 01 November 2015. The winner will be notified on 14 November 2015.

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Lands Program Manager for the Grazing, Farming and Conservation Leasing Programs, Idaho Department of Lands
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Farm Director, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky
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Rangeland Ecologist, Turner Enterprises, Inc., Bozeman, MT
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Assistant/Associate Professor of Rangeland Livestock Department of Animal and Veterinary Science Department, University of Idaho
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Plant Conservation Biology/Herbarium Director, Department of Natural Resource Management, South Dakota State University, Brookings
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Conservation and Land Management Internship Program
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The Nature Conservancy – Zumwalt Ecology Technician – Enterprise, OR
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Professor and Endowed Chair in Ranch Management, King Ranch® Institute for Ranch Management (KRIRM)
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Sagebrush Shrub-Steppe Wildlife Habitat Ecologist, Assistant Professor, Tenure Track, Oregon State University – Corvallis campus
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Assistant Professor of Wildland Watershed Management, The Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, University of Wyoming
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Regional Extension Specialist, Western Region, Grand Junction, Colorado, Colorado State University
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Dean of the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, Tarleton State University
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Research Technician, Arizona Cooperative Rangeland Monitoring Program, University of Arizona
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Assistant Professor of Practice – Oregon State University Extension Service Pendleton, Oregon
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Dairy Extension Faculty, Oregon State University Extension Service, Salem, OR
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Assistant Professor in Wildlife Habitat Ecology in Rangeland Systems, College of Natural Resources, University of Idaho
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Assistant Professor – Forage/Livestock, Oregon State University
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Professor/Head, Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management (NREM), Oklahoma State University
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Agriculture and Natural Resources Area Agent (Assistant, Associate or Full)
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Range Ecologist
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Teton Regional Land Trust Seeks Land Manager
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Granite Seed Sales Excutive
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Land Administrator, Grazing, The Eastern Irrigation District (EID), Brooks, Alberta
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Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor, Serving Siskiyou County, CA
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Earn your master’s from a leader in sustainability and natural resources.
Learn more about Colorado State University’s online Natural Resource Stewardship–Rangeland Ecosystems Specialization and Integrated Resource Management programs.

Colorado State University