Pacific Northwest Section of the Society of Range Management

 

“Our Code”

Vision

Properly functioning ecosystems providing for sustainability of watersheds, plants, animals & people

Mission

Promote ways to maintain or enhance the integrity of the ecological community critical to
the watersheds, plants, animals & people that depend on rangelands for their sustenance

Goals

1) To maintain a high degree of professionalism among the membership through workshops, symposia, written materials & training sessions
2) To provide information to the public & rangeland users about the values & management of rangeland resources
3) To forge relationships with other natural resource based organizations



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If you need ideas, counsel, or advice in technical or controversial topics, a team of PNW past presidents and others are here for you. You may click here to email a question to Bob Gillaspy or call him at 503-414-3233 (work) and the PNW First Response Team will provide our best answer.

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