The Art of Range podcast provides education through conversation with some of the brightest minds in rangeland management. We interview researchers, ranchers, and resource professionals to bring you extended discussion on topics that are of interest to all. A new episode will be released every two weeks, with several episodes on a general topic area. This project is funded by a grant from the Western Center for Risk Management Education.
If you are a Certified Professional in Range Management through the SRM, you may claim continuing education units for these episodes (pre-approved for either .5 or 1 CEU per episode). Some episodes may be pending approval. Contact SRM directly for CEU information for specific episodes. To register for your CEUs you must download, complete, and submit the documentation form available at http://rangelands.org/committees/cprm-committee/#applicationmaterials.
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Tip Hudson is an Associate Professor at Washington State University Extension in rangeland and livestock management. He has lived in Ellensburg, Washington since leaving the University of Idaho in 2001. Tip’s work with WSU has focused on sustainable rangeland grazing, riparian grazing to support stream function and water quality, rangeland monitoring, and irrigated pasture management. In his free time he enjoys exploring Washington’s diverse landscapes with his wife and children and playing the electric bass guitar. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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