The March 2019 Legislative report was compiled by Heather Hannusch, Public Affairs committee chair. This is a great source of information on pending legislation that may affect our rangelands resources.
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 […]
Big Country Range Management Seminar – “Pricklypear Ecology and Management” Where: Western Heritage Ranch House on the Taylor County Expo grounds in AbileneWhen: Tuesday, February 19thTime: Registration is at 7:30am and the event starts at 8:00am FREE lunch for the first 150 participants 3 CEUs are being offered for attendance Several TSSRM members are featured […]
Texas Youth Range Workshop Our flagship educational opportunity! Youth, age 14-18, are eligible to participate in this week-long, hands-on workshop. Participants are exposed to actual land management practices and decisions through field trips to ranches and a wildlife management area. These field trips bring out facts on goals of land ownership and the responses of […]