The USU Range Club, or the USU student chapter of the Society for Range Management, is a group of students interested in range science and related fields. The chapter works to promote the development of future range science professionals, continuing education of members and the public, and sustainable rangeland ecosystems.
President: Cody Butler
Vice President: Brianne Palmer, Raul Lira-Rodriguez
Secretary: Morgan Huges
Treasurer: Carlee Coleman
Historian: Camille Waters
Advisor: Dr. Fee Busby
How to join
The USU Range Club is open to any student who is interested in western rangeland and wildlands and membership is free. As a member, we ask that you participate in any or all of our activities throughout the year. Upcoming events will be advertised in the Natural Resources building Atrium. If you are interested in becoming involved, drop by the club office (NR112), e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 797-1270. We look forward to hearing from you and hope to see you during the upcoming year!
Activities and Projects
As a club, we sponsor several activities throughout the year. These activities allow us to learn about current issues in range, offer educational opportunities to the community, get to know each other and professionals within our field, and most importantly, have fun! Annual activities include the College of Natural Resources Christmas party, sleigh riding, fence post cutting work days, and opening and closing socials. Ongoing projects include educational workshops and participation in competitions at the national Society for Range Management meeting.
|62nd, Alburquerque, New Mexico February 8-13, 2009|
|60th, Reno, Nevada February 10-16, 2007|
|59th, Vancouver, Canada 2006|
Range Plant Team