The 22nd Australian Rangelands Conference

It’s full steam ahead for the 22nd Australian Rangelands Society Conference in Broome, September 18-22, 2023. For more information, please visit the conference website by

Applications are open for a 2023 Nuffield Scholarship

Nuffield Scholarship applications are open! There is a focus on enhancing the resilience and sustainability of Australian agriculture with specific drought resilience scholarships available this year, supported by the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund.

Welcome to the Australian Rangeland Society, a dynamic community dedicated to advancing the science and art of rangeland management.

Researchers, practitioners, and enthusiasts converge here, deepening our grasp of these diverse landscapes. We’re a thriving platform for cutting-edge research, best land management practices, and innovative approaches that balance conservation and progress. Join us in shaping a sustainable future for Australia’s rangelands.

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Capture the Rich Diversity of Australian Rangelands

The Australian Rangeland Society is keen to showcase the diversity of our Rangeland areas. If you have a photo you would be willing to share on our social media channels or website, please submit it using this link.

SHARE YOUR PHOTOS

Capture the Rich Diversity of Australian Rangelands

The Australian Rangeland Society is keen to showcase the diversity of our Rangeland areas. If you have a photo you would be willing to share on our social media channels or website, please submit it using this link.

In the latest edition of Rangelands Journal

Volume 45 Number 1 2023

Exploring the complex tapestry of Australia’s rangelands and unlocking insights that inspire informed decisions.

 

To learn more, get your edition from the CSIRO Publishing Website

This issue includes articles on a variety of topics:

Fangs vs. Facts: Navigating Carnivore Management in Arid Ecosystems

Balancing Carbon and Biodiversity: Unveiling the Power of Low-Input Grazing

Fangs vs. Facts: Navigating Carnivore Management in Arid Ecosystems

Balancing Carbon and Biodiversity: Unveiling the Power of Low-Input Grazing

Fangs vs. Facts: Navigating Carnivore Management in Arid Ecosystems

Balancing Carbon and Biodiversity: Unveiling the Power of Low-Input Grazing

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CSIRO Publishing Discounts

CSIRO Publishing is pleased to offer members of the Australian Rangeland Society a discount of 20% off its books, as a benefit of membership. This discount can be accessed using the promo code is ARS18. This code entitles members to a 20% discount on books published...


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