Rangelands

Partners for Conservation Accepting Private Lands Partners Day Proposals

Partners for Conservation is currently accepting proposals to host Private Lands Partners Day in 2018 and 2019. Private Lands Partners Day has grown from an initial meeting of around 30 people to the Nation's premier gathering of landowners and partners committed to sustaining working landscapes through public-private partnerships. The meeting…

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RREC Hosts the First Ever Rangeland Day at the Capitol Rotunda, Helena MT

By: Carla Lawrence [caption id="attachment_2372" align="alignleft" width="350"] SRM Member & Advisory Council Chair Nikki Rife (NGP) visits with Rangeland Day attendees.[/caption] The first ever Rangeland Day at the Capitol Rotunda was held on Friday, February 17, 2017. The event which was hosted by the Rangeland Resources Executive Committee (RREC) and…

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Journal Highlight: Rangelands, February 2017

(Volume 39, Issue 1, Pages 28–31) In the February issue of Rangelands, New Mexico rancher Scott Stovall shares his experiences restoring vegetation along two miles of the Pecos River that serves as the northern boundary of his ranch. In "Vegetation Restoration on the Pecos River in East Central New Mexico,"…

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Calling all creative in mind and hand!

The 2020 General and Program chairs would like your input toward the 2020 SRM Annual Meeting slogan and image. In exchange for use of your creativity, the winning submission will receive a $100 gift card to the SRM Apparel Store. SUBMISSIONS ARE DUE MAY 15. Some sideboards: The slogan and/or…

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2017 SRM Graduate Student Oral Paper and Poster Competitions Results Announcement

It is our sincere pleasure to announce the winners of the 2017 SRM Graduate Student Oral Paper and Poster Competitions. The First and Second Place winners in the MS and PhD Oral Paper Competitions are: MS Oral Paper Presentation 1st Place: Cayla Bendel, North Dakota State University “Investigating Plant-Pollinator Networks…

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Horses and New Mexico Rangelands

By: Andres F. Cibils, NM Section of the SRM, Las Cruces, NM Just when we thought the ‘Range Problem’ in New Mexico (as E. O. Wooton referred to it in 1908) was a thing of the past , challenges surrounding horse population growth in many parts of the state are…

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It’s about the land!

By: Roy Roath SRM Director It has been my experience that people are driven by their passions. My passion is for the land. In fact, it drives what I do, how I think, and what I am committed to. My long- term membership in SRM, and several allied organizations, are…

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President’s Message

       2017 SRM President Dr. Larry Howery Happy Spring everyone! I want to begin with a few words of thanks. First, I want to acknowledge and sincerely thank Dr. Val Anderson for his exemplary service as SRM President over the past year and for his previous service as…

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