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Society for Range Management sets annual meeting

The conference will include restoration ecology, adaptive management and new geospatial technologies for monitoring rangeland.

Capital Press

Published on November 5, 2018 1:08PM

The Society for Range Management will host its 72nd annual meeting Feb. 10 through 14 in Minneapolis. The annual conference brings together leaders in range management and natural resources and last year drew 1,400 attendees.

The conference includes members from academia, agency professionals, land stewards, producers and students representing universities and high schools from across the country.

The meeting will kick off with presentations by Clay Jenkinson, the principal consultant of the Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University and for the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation.

Other presenters include Stanley Temple, the Beers-Bascom Professor Emeritus in Conservation in the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Craig Allen, leader of the U.S. Geological Survey-Nebraska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit.

The conference will also serve as host to a full agenda of symposia, forums and workshops with topics ranging from NEPA training for undergraduates, restoration ecology, new geospatial technologies for monitoring rangelands and adaptive management, as well as a producers’ forum.

For more information visit: http://annualmeeting.rangelands.org .


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