Australian Rangeland Society

Range Management Newsletter 16/1

FROM THE EDITOR

Welcome to the first digital-only Range Management Newsletter.

A NEW CLIMATE FOR AUSTRALIA?

A new climate is emerging in Australia, according to new maps released by the Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre (AEGIC).

NEWS FROM THE PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE

There have been big changes within the Society’s publication team over recent months with the appointments of a new Editor-in-Chief, a new Social Medai Editor and a new Website Editor.

NEWS FROM THE SUBSCRIPTION SECRETARY

ARS Subscription Manager Graeme Tupper has handed over the reins to Annabel Walsh and the new subscription section of the ARS website is working well.

ARE YOU THE NEXT RANGELAND TREASURE?

Are you interested in making a valuable contribution both to the ARS specifically and rangeland matters more generally? Then why not put in an expression of interest to take over the role of Secretary of the Society when Carol Ireland’s term ends in May 2017.

CHENOPOD REVIEW DOCUMENTS TO GIVE AWAY

I have a complete set of the Review of Chenopod Species Working Documents produced by the Soil Conservation Department of New South Wales in 1988 to give away.

NEW MEMBERS

We would like to welcome the following people to the Australian Rangeland Society.

THE AUSTRALIAN RANGELAND SOCIETY AWARDS

Are you planning some rangelands-related research or looking to attend a rangeland-related conference in 2017? Have you thought about applying for an ARS Award? Potential applicants are encouraged to check the guidelines and see if they qualify – applications are due before 30 November.

AUSTRALIAN RANGELAND SOCIETY CONTACTS 2016

Are you planning some rangelands-related research or looking to attend a rangeland-related conference in 2017? Have you thought about applying for an ARS Award? Potential applicants are encouraged to check the guidelines and see if they qualify – applications are due before 30 November.