Exciting New Tool Released, “RangeDocs”

RangeDocs is a new and innovative tool that allows rangeland professionals and producers to search using common rangeland terminology and pinpoint information at the paragraph level from key national and regional rangeland resources. RangeDocs also allows users to browse curated reading lists (called collections) on critical issues as well as create personalized collections. These collections can be shared with others and saved to a mobile device to take offline into the field without an internet connection.

RangeDocs is the result of a collaborative effort between the University of Idaho, University of Arizona, and The Rangelands Partnership (RP). Review and outreach assistance has been provided by the Altar Valley Conservation Alliance (AVCA), a consortium of ranchers and land managers focused on watershed-based collaboration in Southern Arizona. Funding is being provided by an NRCS Conservation Innovation Grant.

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