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The Society for Range Management (SRM) is the professional scientific society and conservation organization whose members are concerned with studying, conserving, managing and sustaining the varied resources found on rangelands, which cover nearly one-half the earth’s land area. Established in 1948, the SRM has about 4,000 members in 48 countries, including many developing nations. SRM's members are land managers, scientists, educators, students, producers and conservationists--a diverse membership guided by a professional code of ethics and unified by a strong land ethic.
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Announcement:

Dr. Barry Perryman congressional testimony on Youtube: https://youtu.be/uKbm6s0V8Lw[youtu.be]
Nevada Youth Range Camp 2016 Application Information, Applications must be postmarked or emailed by Friday, April 29th 2016.
Strategic Plan 2016 - http://www.rangelands.org/nevada/Documents.html[rangelands.org]
Nevada Section of SRM Winter Meeting; Sage-grouse on the Nevada Rangeland; Positive Management Actions Moving Forward.
Complete Agenda and Registration Form.
Nevada SRM Fall 2015 Newsletter Part 1 or 2
Nevada SRM Fall 2015 Newsletter Part 2 or 2

National Horse & Burro Rangeland Management Coaliton statement to the National Wild Horse & Burro Advisory Board, April 22, 2015.
Current List of SRM's Progressive Rancher Magazine Articles

Exploring the Science and Strategic Plan Development,
Post Conference Report
"A Range History of Nevada" a 3-part series dealing with the range history of Nevada written in 1960 for the Nevada Section, American Society of Range Management's Annual Meeting.
50 Year History of Nevada Society of Range Management
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Al Steninger receives 50 Year Award


Rangeland Wildfire - Mangement Before, During and After

Workshop Presentation: Seed Bank Monitoring and Bioassay Procedures



SRM Comments on Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board Meeting

Nevada Section of SRM issues resolution on National Academy of Sciences report, "Using Science to Improve the BLM Wild Horse and Burro Program - A way Forward"