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Range Management Newsletter 22/1
The first recipient of this new ARS award is Tom Mann from Hillgrove Station in Charters Towers, Queensland.
The United Nations General Assembly voted unanimously to designate 2026 as the International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists. read more about this important initiative here.
Planning is well underway for next International Rangeland Congress to be held in Adelaide, Australia in June 2025.
The 2022 Annual General Meeting of the Australian Rangeland Society will be held on Wednesday 25th May 2022. Why not join in via Zoom (or in person if you can get to Charters Towers!)
We are sad to report the passing of Dr Tony Grice, a long-standing member of the Australian Rangeland Society, rangeland scientist, father, grandfather, husband and a great contributor to the fabric of his workplaces and the wider community
An honours student at the University of Queensland is looking for volunteers to participate in a postal survey looking at the values and worldviews of farmers practicing regenerative agriculture.
What papers in The Rangeland Journal, Volume 43, 2021 have attracted most interest, and what might be interesting about them?
Who are Southern Queensland Landscapes and what do they do? Find out more here.
We have all seen the effects of the huge rainfall totals across the eastern areas of Queensland and New South Wales in recent weeks but has that been the case across all of Australia?
Interested in catching up on some of the video presentations and discussion panels from the NRM in the Rangelands Conference held in Longreach in October last year? Many of these have now been uploaded and are available to view.
Dr Bradd Witt has been recently appointed as the new Chair of the ARS Publications Committee. Find out more about Bradd’s background and research interests here.
In this digital age there seems to be an ever-increasing number of outlets to get news and information about what is happening in the rangelands. Here are some interesting articles you may have missed in recent months.
Do you know how many ARS members there are, or when your 2022 renewal was due? Read more to find out the latest membership figures.
Have you considered submitting an article to the newsletter? Find out why now may be a great time to do it!
The views expressed in this newsletter are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the ARS.