Nature's Notebook gathers information on plant and animal phenology across the U.S. to be used for decision-making on local, national and global scales to ensure the continued vitality of our environment.
Noxious, invasive plants are harmful non-native species that are regulated by state and federal laws. The Noxious Invasive Plant Signature Program Team (SPT) consists of on- and off-campus Arizona Cooperative Extension personnel and meets annually to share information on research and extension programming in Arizona.
Part of the Global Rangelands Partnership, Rangelands West is a collective resource maintained by the UA’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and other land-grant universities. This web portal allows public access to thousands of journal articles, reports, and multimedia resources about rangeland management in the Western U.S.
Rim Grass Range Group is a collaborative range monitoring group of ranchers and agency and extension professionals. Primary activities revolve around range monitoring workshops for Red Rock and Mogollon district ranchers.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences hosts the Arizona Section of the Society for Range Management (SRM). The Society for Range Management is a professional scientific society and conservation organization dedicated to studying, conserving, managing, and sustaining the varied resources of global rangelands.