For the last two decades The Rangelands Partnership has successfully collaborated on local, regional, national, and international projects to create and distribute new rangeland knowledge. Read about current and past projects.
Creating professional development opportunities for rangeland Extension professionals to develop and implement innovative technologies and program delivery approaches to enhance their ability to share sustainable rangeland information with livestock producers.
Expands RangeDocs to include locally important Extension documents, creates new collections on critical rangeland issues, and provides access to new videos and how-to guide to enhances access to key national rangeland resources and Extension documents.
Rangeland professionals know a lot about rangeland ecology and management, not necessarily marketing, especially online communication. This guide and webinar series will help improve your skills and knowledge on online communication by outlining key strategies for communicating your rangeland or natural resources work to the right audiences.
A new and innovative search tool that allows users to search rangeland terms and pinpoint highly relevant paragraphs of applicable information from key national rangeland resources and Extension documents.
Shrub encroachment and the interventions taken to reduce shrub cover (brush management) are critical areas of concern for land managers and producers in rangelands across the Great Plains and the western US. This project brings together research and outreach to construct a practical, user-guided, web-based ‘toolkit’ for determining best options and opportunities for managing undesirable woody weeds.
General information about public lands and public lands grazing intended for both the general public and for ranchers who what to know more about the history and characteristics of the public lands grazing system.