The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Rangeland Management

  • Reading The Range Video

    Reading The Range Video

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  • Photo by Dale Armstrong, April 2015.

    A Guide to Locoweed: poisoning and management

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  • George Ruyle and Wink Crigler assess the condition of the grazing range.

    Managing Grazing in Riparian Areas Impact Story

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  • Close-up view of dried tumble weed (camelthorn).

    Waging the War on Weeds Impact Story

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This program contains provides information on a variety of issues related to the stewardship of rangeland resources in Arizona. Rangelands are a kind of land! They include some forests and woodlands and other vegetation not usually associated with rangelands. But primarily, rangelands are grasslands, shrublands (including deserts) and savannahs (grasslands with scattered trees and shrubs). Rangelands provide many ecosystem services including water, wildlife habitat, livestock forage, recreation, open space, and conservation of natural areas.

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    Staff Doug Tolleson, Chris Bernau, and Lisa Page shared range science technology with hundreds of excited youth and adults at two Arizona SciTech Festival events this week in the Verde Valley.

Sarah King is a rancher, conservationist, wife, and mother of two who lives and works on her family’s 55,000-acre cattle ranch in southern Arizona’s Altar Valley. Check out her story on Mountain & Prairie podcast.

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The Ecological Effects of Wild Horses symposium is on now a the national SRM meetings. To learn more check out our new wild horse and burro topic at

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