Conservation Matters April 2014

The Texas Land, Water and Wildlife Connection

Wildlife Society recognizes Texas A&M AgriLife publication, achievements

Wildlife Society recognizes Texas A&M AgriLife publication, achievements

At the annual meeting of the Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society in Austin in February, the chapter celebrated its 50th year and recognized several Texas A&M University and Texas A&M AgriLife faculty and staff with honors.

The Outstanding Technical Publication award went to Blake Alldredge, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service associate, who led the development of Native Grassland Monitoring and Management. The publication was a product of the Trinity Waters program and was co-authored by Dr. Larry Redmon, professor and state forage specialistin Texas A&M’s Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Dr. Megan Clayton, assistant professor in Texas A&M’s Department of Ecosystem Science and Management and extension range specialist, and Dr. Jim Cathey, extension wildlife specialist and associate professor and associate department head in the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at Texas A&M. Dr. Dale Rollins, professor and extension wildlife specialist, received the Outstanding Achievement award. 

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