Rangelands

The Range Management Zone

Barry Perryman, SRM Director  As I pen this bit of prose, I am still under the influence of my drug of choice; music.  I have been listening to an arrangement of Procol Harum’s Whiter Shade of Pale, recorded with the Danish National Concert Orchestra and choir at Ledreborg Castle, Denmark in August 2006.  Of course it’s on…

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Nuestra experiencia como miembros de la SRM 

Soy el Dr. Fernando A. Ibarra Flores y estoy casado con la Dra. Martha H. Martin Rivera con quien tengo 2 hijos, Fernando y Martha Jr. Hemos venido participando e ingresamos a la SRM como estudiantes desde el colegio de la Universidad Autónoma Agraria “Antonio Narro” y el Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey en 1975 y continuamos como miembros de por vida a…

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Our experience as members of the SRM 

I am Dr. Fernando A. Ibarra Flores and I am married to Dr. Martha H. Martin Rivera with whom I have 2 children, Fernando and Martha Jr.  We have been participating in the SRM as students since college in Universidad Autónoma Agraria "Antonio Narro" and the Technological Institute of Monterrey.  In 1975 and we continued as members for life…

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2018 Colorado Section Fall Workshop Report and Wrap Up

Thank you to everyone who helped make the 2018 Colorado Section Fall Workshop a success; from the Planning Committee to the speakers, attendees, and the live streaming by Brian Allmer with Barn Media. We had a great turnout with 75 people in attendance. I believe there are photos on Facebook…

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Message from the SRM President

As I write this, my final communication as your SRM President, I am struggling with topics.  One topic I know I want to address is to lay to rest some weather concerns with Minneapolis.  I will go out on a limb and make some bold predictions.  This will be my…

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ANNOUNCING THE NATIVE AMERICAN RANGELAND MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROJECT!

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 and federal agencies to implement a long-term initiative that addresses several critical disconnects that impact the sustainable management of tribal rangelands.  The idea was developed…

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THE ART OF RANGE PODCAST NOW AVAILABLE

Welcome to the Art of Range, a podcast designed to produce education and conservation through conversation.  Rangeland management practitioners are a colorful social group.  While they represent the entire spectrum of political persuasion, socioeconomic class membership, geographic identity, and demographic characteristics, this passionate people group is united by love of…

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2019 YPC FUN RUN!

Come destress from the meeting by joining Young Professionals Conclave for the 3rd Annual Range Runners Fun Run held at Loring Park on Monday, February 11th at 5:30 p.m. Commemorative t-shirts available to those who pre-register, and are first come-first serve to those who register on site at the meeting.…

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From the Student Conclave

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 representatives, Averi Reynolds (Vice President) and myself (President) attended the meeting with travel and lodging costs covered by the Society. Though the…

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From the Young Professionals Conclave

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 Professionals in Denver during the first portion of the 2018 Summer Board Meeting. At the Meeting, I not only, got to participate in the Diversity…

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