Dionne announces the new Australian Rangeland Society logo and explains what prompted the change.
Range Management Newsletter 22/3
Applications for the next round of the ARS Awards close on the 30 November. Get your application in soon!
The 22nd Australian Rangeland Society Biennial Conference will be held from 18-22 September 2023 in Broome, Western Australia. Find out how you can keep to date with the latest information.
After 46 years of publication, and 44 volumes of The Rangeland Journal, sadly, hardcopy publication will come to an end with the last issue of Volume 44.
A population of rare native yam daisies has been discovered on a travelling stock reserve near Hay, New South Wales with work underway from to protect the native plant.
Earlier this month, Dr Bradd Witt (ARS Publications Committee Chair) and The University of Queensland PhD candidate Taylah Faulkner attended the Communications Summit for the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (GRSB) 2022 conference to talk about their recent work.
Gresley Wakelin-King has recently published the first basin-wide geomorphological study of the Lake Eyre Basin. Find out how to access her open-access article here.
Des Nelson was a long-time dedicated technical officer in the CSIRO Alice Springs laboratory and in 2001 he self-published his memoir of his working life, “CSIRO and Me”.
The ARS offers several wonderful opportunities to those interested in the rangelands, and there are a lot of benefits from being involved in the running of the Society. In May 2023, we will be looking for people to help out in two important roles. Read more to see if you might be the one people we are looking for!
The next International Rangeland Congress will be held in Adelaide in June 2025. Find out how to register your interest in attending and how to be a Congress here.
Finding it tough to keep up to date with news and information about what is happening in the rangelands? Here are some interesting articles you may have missed in recent months.
Membership renewals for 2023 will be sent out soon. Read more to discover how you can stay an active member of the ARS.
The Australian Rangeland Society is keen to add to our library of rangeland relevant images. Find out how you can contribute.
There are a number of articles in this issue that are important to ARS members, so please make sure that you make time to read them.
It has been another good year for the Range Management Newsletter. Perhaps you may consider contributing in 2023?
The views expressed in this newsletter are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the ARS.