October 19, 2017
8:30am – 1:30pm
Tom Green County 4-H Building
3168 US Hwy 67, San Angelo, TX
Deadline for entries is September 22, 2017
***Nominations and Elections Committee***
Nominee Biographies and Election ballots for TSSRM 2nd Vice President and Director were sent to all current members on June 30, 2017. The method by which you received your ballot was determined by voting preference on file with the parent society. The majority of ballots were sent via email with a link to the ballot and the biographies attached in a pdf file. Therefore, if you are an active member and did not receive a paper ballot, check the email you have on file with SRM and you should have a link to the ballot along with directions in an email. All ballots are due by September 1, 2017.
If you have any questions or did not receive an electronic or paper ballot, feel free to contact me at email@example.com or (210)216-2162.
TAMU Agrilife Extension and Research Presents:
Prescribed Burn School
When: July 13th & 14th, 2017
Day 1 – Classroom training, TDA-PBB testing, become a certified insured private burn manager
*Day 2 – Team up with industry professionals and participate in a prescribed burn.
Where: Texas A&M Agrilife Research and Extension Center
US Highway 87 North
San Angelo, TX 76901
*Day 2 – Burn will be conducted on Davis Ranch, Susan Peak Rd.
Cost: $75 2/Day – $50 1/day
FMI: Contact Dr. Morgan Russell firstname.lastname@example.org
*RSVP by 7/5/17 – Jamie Tankersly email@example.com*
COME JOIN THE TEXAS SECTION SRM, YOUNG PROFESSIONALS COMMITTEE FOR A WEEKEND OF CAMPING!!
April 21—23, 2017 at Garner State Park!!
Cost to each camper will vary depending on participation.
RSVP by April 14th to: Matthew Coffman at 940-256-1202 or matthew.Coffman@tx.usda.gov.
Texas Youth Range Workshop
Our flagship educational opportunity!
Youth, age 14-18, are eligible to participate in this week-long, hands-on workshop. Participants are exposed to actual land management practices and decisions through field trips to ranches and a wildlife management area. These field trips bring out facts on goals of land ownership and the responses of vegetation to practices conducted for livestock, wildlife, recreation, and rangeland restoration. All examples will be real-life applications.
The camp is headquartered on the Texas Tech University-Junction campus.
Applications will be accepted until 40 participants have been selected.