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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Section Summer Zoom Meeting (July 2020) 

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‘It’s gone, it’s gone:’ Nation’s largest wildfire in Nevada devastates ranches, sage grouse

The Martin Fire broke out in the morning hours of July 5th and ripped through dry vegetation to quickly become the largest blaze in the United States, the largest this season and the largest single fire in Nevada history. As of Wednesday night, the fire had burned in more than 439,000 acres, or about 686 square-miles, an amount of land more than twice the size of New York City. It has not only destroyed grazing areas but has damaged an ecosystem for the sage grouse, the bird that has been a focal point of political wrangling because of the impact of its possible inclusion on the endangered species list. (full article)


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Thank you !

The Nevada Section of the Society for Range Management

would like to thank the Nugget Casino Resort for hosting an amazing annual meeting and for their generous contribution to the NV section scholarship fund.

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The latest NRCS Nevada Water Supply Outlook Report is now available online.

NRCS Nevada Water Supply Outlook Report March 1, 2018  (Link)