Mission Statement

To stimulate discussion and understanding of scientific and practical range and pasture problems. To promote the recognition and understanding of rangeland resources. To provide a medium for the exchange of ideas and facts among club members, allied scientists, and technologists. To encourage the professional development of members, and have fun.

How Can I Join?

Just join us at our next meeting or contact one of our officers!

Meetings are held every other Tuesday in the Range Reading Room (CNR 206) at 6:00 pm. Check our CALENDAR

The only club "dues" are an active participation in club fundraising and other activities. Anyone can join, you do not have to be a Range Major, but you'll need an interest in having fun, helping the community and making people more aware of our wonderful natural resources around us. Members are encouraged to join the Society for Range Management, which is only $35 a year for students, but membership in the Society is not required.