Soil Health as a Driver of Rangeland Stewardship

The NM Section of the Society for Range Management is hosting our annual winter meeting and tour in Las Cruces. We plan on touring the border stockyard facilities in Santa Teresa, NM on Thursday and then returning to the NM Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum for our evening banquet, replete with keynote speaker and silent auction. On Friday, we will hear from a variety of speakers focusing on topics important to NM rangelands. We will break at noon for our awards luncheon and then finish with graduate student presentations.

Thursday Evening Keynote Speaker: Jeff Goodwin, Conservation Stewardship Leader and Pasture and Range Consultant, Noble Research Institute, Ardmore, OK – Soil Health as a driver for Rangeland Stewardship

Register on the New Mexico SRM website at https://nmsrm.nmsu.edu/
  • When January 30–31, 2020
  • Where New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum (4100 Dripping Springs Road), Las Cruces
  • Cost Cost for meeting and tour is $100 per person ($50 for Friday only); NM rancher/producer is $75; student rate is $40; awards banquet only is $20.
  • Website https://nmsrm.nmsu.edu/