The Nevada section of the Society for Range Management is a member-dependent professional organization that brings together multiple sectors of the rangeland management community to provide leadership for the stewardship of rangelands based on sound ecological and socioeconomic principles. Our goal is functioning and sustainable rangelands for the future.

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2019 NVACD Annual Meeting Oct 22-24 Winnemucca, NV

You are cordially invited to join Nevada Association of Conservation Districts for our Annual Meeting in Winnemucca on October 22 – 24, 2019 in Winnemucca, Nevada. Events include informative educational topics and speakers, a soil health workshop, and unmatched networking.  (registration packet)

Save The Date! Friday Dec 13

NV section of Society for Range Management Winter Meeting “Emerging Technologies For both Ranchers and Agencies”

Come join us to learn about various technological tools that can help you make better land management decisions. This workshop will include information
about various levels of technology so that there will be something for everyone. All are welcome; producers, agency employees an d others. Learn to use
the tools that will help us all speak the same language. (more info)

Thank you! 2019 NV SRM Summer Meeting Attendees

Thank you everyone who attended the 2019 NV SRM Summer meeting and field tour. It was a fun and interesting day.  All of you made for a diverse discussion of rangelands and fires. Thank You all !  We will have handouts from the day available on here soon


Registration now open! NV SRM 2019 Summer Meeting June 27th 2019

Please join us for a day of presentations and discussions while we tour habitat after one of Nevada’s largest fires.

Registration  (PDF)   (WORD)

Schedule at a glance   (PDF)   (WORD)

A Sea Of Sagebrush Disappears, Making Way For Fire-Prone Cheatgrass

A regional story about the invasive grass/rangeland fire cycle and it’s impact on sagebrush country got picked up nationally today on NPR’s Morning Edition. (link)

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