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11/05/2020

Virtual 2020 Nebraska Section of the Society for Range Management Annual Meeting

New Technologies for Monitoring and Managing Rangelands is the theme for this year’s annual meeting of the Nebraska Section of the Society for Range Management held virtually on Thursday, November 5th and Friday, November 6th.

The business meeting and awards will take place on the morning of November 5th starting at 9:30am MT. Sessions Thursday afternoon start at 1:00pm MT and feature Dr. Dirac Twidwell, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Assistant Professor and Rangeland Ecologist, discussing “Monitoring Vegetation Cover on Rangelands” and Dr. Travis Mulliniks, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Specialist in Range Beef Nutrition presenting on “Monitoring Animal Performance on Rangelands” presented by Dr. Travis Mulliniks, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Specialist in Range Beef Nutrition.

Undergraduate and graduate student presentations of current research projects start Friday morning at 9:30am MT. Sessions Friday afternoon start at 1:00pm MT and feature Dr. Mitchell Stephenson, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Specialist in Range and Forage Management, discussing “Tools for Monitoring Grazing Behavior and Distribution on Rangelands” and Dr. Andrew Little, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Specialist in Landscape Habitat Management, speaking on “Precision Conservation on Working Landscapes.”

Attendance is free. Register at https://unl.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vegnnpnXSwC4U0RXosKO8Q. Direct questions to Jack Arterburn, 308-249-3717 or jack.arterburn@unl.edu.

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