3MT Call for Entries!

The East Foundation-Texas Section of the Society for Range Management Three Minute Thesis competition will take place at the Texas Section Society for Range Management annual meeting in Kerville, Texas October 9, 2019.
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*Revised* – Call for Nominations – ORM/ORS Awards

Outstanding Rangeland Management Award

The purpose of this award is to recognize those who have demonstrated outstanding skill and knowledge in practicing sound management and care of rangeland resources. This is a competitive award and only one will be given each year. This award is linked to the ranch. Once a ranch has received the award, it is not eligible to receive it again. If more than one ranch is owned and/or operated by the same person, each ranch is eligible. Membership in TSSRM is desirable but not specifically required.

Outstanding Rangeland Stewardship Award

The purpose of this award is to recognize those cattle producers who have demonstrated outstanding skill and knowledge in practicing sound range management and care of the rangeland resources. This is a competitive award, with only one awarded annually. This award is linked to a ranch. Once a ranch has received the award, it is not eligible to receive it again. If more than one ranch is owned and operated by the same person, each ranch is eligible.

Call for Nominations – New Stewardship Award

TSSRM President Dandy Kothmann and Archivist Lee Knox attended the Texas Sheep & Goat Raisers Association Winter Meeting on February 16th to announce a partnership effort creating a new rangeland stewardship award. The purpose of this award is to recognize those sheep and/or goat producers who have demonstrated outstanding skill and knowledge in the management and care of our Texas rangelands. This is a competitive award and only one will be given each year. The recipient must be a member of Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers Association (TSGRA). Membership in the Texas Section Society for Range Management (TSSRM) is desirable, but not specifically required. Nominations may be made by anyone, but must be concurred by two members of TSSRM who agree the nominee is truly deserving of this recognition. Nominations may be submitted electronically or by mail, but must be received, or postmarked if mailed, by April 15.