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.

Future Directions for Usable Science for Rangeland Sustainability
The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
Ardmore, OK
June 2-5, 2014.
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Meeting Location:  Washington, D.C.
Meeting Date:  May 19 - 23, 2003
First Approximation Report
  • Executive Summary
  • Contributors
  • Chapter One: Introduction
  • Chapter Two: Indicators for Soil and Water Conservation on Rangelands
  • Chapter Three: Indicators for Conservation and Maintenance of Plant and Animal Resources on Rangelands
  • Chapter Four: Indicators for Maintenance of Productive Capacity on Rangelands
  • Chapter Five: Indicators for Maintenance and Enhancement of Multiple Economic and Social Benefits to Current and Future Generations
  • Chapter Six: Indicators of Legal, Institutional and Economic Framework for Rangeland Conservation and Sustainable Management
  • Chapter Seven: Future Direction