Rangelands

WE ARE RANGELANDS – Year of the Sections

Clayton Marlow, SRM President  The growth and relevancy of the Society for Range Management (SRM) is driven by the collective vision, activity and leadership of the Sections.  Importantly, all three pathways converge to produce the framework for the Section’s growth and long term contribution to local producers, conservationists, young and seasoned professionals.  Much like well-engineered scaffolding enables effective building construction individual Section expertise can be combined into…

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2019 SRM Annual Meeting Intern Review 

Julia Hanson, IM Section    I had the privilege of being SRM’s 2019 Annual Meeting Intern in Minneapolis, Minnesota this last February.  I was responsible for SRM’s social media during the meeting, assisting with SRM’s apparel booth and sales, as well as assisting Office Services Manager Vicky Trujillo with a variety of tasks.    I attended my…

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Young Producer’s Thank You

I just wanted to write you a quick note to extend my sincerest thanks for the financial support that Josie and I received at this year’s SRM Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN. I was blown away by the level of organizing and coordination that SRM accomplishes.  Getting a thousand plus folks all together…

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Extension podcaster brings grazing, conservation together on ‘Art of Range’

Helping maintain and preserve rangelands and inform the ranchers and professionals who manage them, Tip Hudson, WSU associate professor of rangeland and livestock management and director of Kittitas County Extension, recently launched a new podcast, “Art of Range.”  The podcast is produced by Washington State University Extension in cooperation with the…

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Direction for the future of Rangeland Ecology and Management (REM) 

Roger Sheley, Editor in Chief – Rangeland Ecology & Management  I thought many SRM members might be interested in some thoughts about the long-term direction for REM.  I know I would appreciate any ideas you have for improve our journal.  If you do have some thoughts to share, please email me at roger.sheley@oregonstate.edu.  Once I crawl out from under this stack…

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