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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Jan 2022 Winter Webinar "Rangeland Economics 101"
We are working on the final details of the 2022 Summer Tour. We are excited to join this year with another rangeland passionate group ROGER (Results Oriented Grazing for Ecological Resilience) to have a two day tour along Maggie Creek. We will be engaging on several topics including: targeted grazing, carbon sequestration, Lahontan Cutthroat Trout, grazing management, riparian systems, beaver, and others. We look forward to seeing you July 12-13th. We will be meeting just outside Carlin at 1:00 p.m. on the 12th and working our way up Maggie Creek. Dinner and evening discussions will be at Red House, where dinner will be provided. The tour will continue the morning of the 13th and end around lunch. Please bring water, snacks, and lunches for both days. We encourage everyone to spend the night at Red House as dinner will be provided courtesy of Maggie Creek Ranch.
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Thank you and we look forward to seeing you next week. For those that RSVP a map and itinerary will be provided.
Morgan Rose Mar 15, 2022
Started roughly 75 years ago, the Society for Range Management (SRM) is an organization made up of producers, land managers, scientists and students who are dedicated to conserving and maintaining the planet’s cherished rangelands. (full article)