Read the last column from our President Dionne Walsh before she retires at the May AGM!
Range Management Newsletter 23/1
The ARS AGM will be held on Wednesday 24th May 2023 at 6 pm (QLD time). Please consider joining the meeting either by Zoom or in person. Council is also looking to fill 5 vacant positions – please submit your nomination by Monday, 10th April 2023.
The next ARS Biennial Conference will be held in Broome in September, less than 6 months away. You will need to be quick if you would like to present your work at the Conference – the closing date for abstracts is 1st April.
It is not too late to apply for a Travel Grant to attend the ARS Conference in Broome in September 2023.
Marg Friedel, Charles Darwin University, Alice Springs. Email: email@example.com CSIRO’s Central Australian Laboratory and its earlier incarnations supported arid zone research for over 64 years until its closure in 2018. I joined the lab in 1974 as a researcher and stayed after retirement until 2019 as an honorary fellow and the last resident scientist. […]
The Society for Range Management meeting in Boise Idaho attracted a large number of registrations including many international participants. John Taylor provides an overview of the varied program including popular symposium and workshop topics.
Find out the latest information about this exciting event and how you can volunteer to be part of it.
Sustainable livestock management, regenerative grazing management and soil fauna are just some of the topics examined in the most recent issue of the journal. See the full list of papers here.
As the RMN Editor for many years, I had often wondered what articles were attracting people’s interest and whether in fact anyone was reading the newsletter at all. Google Analytics has given us a much better idea of what articles are gaining the most views.
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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.
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Don Burnside provides a membership summary for the 2022 calendar year and also a snapshot of current membership.
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The views expressed in this newsletter are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the ARS.