OUR MISSION
Promoting the social, economic, and environmental sustainability of rangelands through the development and widespread use of the criteria & indicators for rangeland assessments, and by providing a forum for dialogue on the sustainability of rangelands.

EVENTS
Future Directions for Usable Science for Rangeland Sustainability
The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
Ardmore, OK
June 2-5, 2014.
COMMUNITIES
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GET INVOLVED
The Roundtable is a venue for communication, discussion and dialogue about developing a national sustainability indicator set and models for rangelands. Advancing SRR requires a diverse cross section of participants including private individuals, conservation organizations, land trusts, tribes, state and local governments and corporate and private landowners.

We welcome your involvement and input through participation in SRR meetings, work groups, or listserv discussions. For more information please use the contact info on the contact us page to get in touch with us!

Ways to get involved with SRR:

Participating Organizations (Not Yet Complete)
Agricultural Research Service
American Farm Bureau
American Sheep Association
Arizona State University
Boulder County Parks & Open Space
Bradley University
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Bureau of Land Management
Chippewa Cree Tribe
Colorado State University
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center
Ecological Society of America
Economic Research Service
Environmental Protection Agency
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management
Forest Service
Gray Ranch and Malpai Borderlands Group
High Plains Grasslands Research Station
Hopi Tribe
Idaho Conservation League
Invasive Species Advisory Committee
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Montana State University
NACO (National Association of Counties)
National Association of State Foresters (NASF)
National Cattleman's Beef Association
National Park Service
National Public Lands Council
National Wildlife Federation
Natural Resources Conservation Service
New Mexico State University
Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oklahoma State University
Pacific Northwest National Lab
San Antonio Water System
Society for Range Management
South Dakota State University
Southern Plains Range Research Station
Texas A&M University
The H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics and the Environment
The Nature Conservancy
The Quivira Coalition
University of Arizona
University of California
University of Colorado
University of Idaho
University of Nevada
US Department of Agriculture
US Department of the Interior
US Fish and Wildlife
US Geological Survey
Utah State University
Washington State University
Western States Land Commissioners
World Wildlife Fund
Wyoming State Grazing Board