The Range Improvement Task Force is an interdisciplinary team of range scientists,ecologists,wildlife experts, agricultural economists and livestock specialists that provides information for use in resolving resource management conflicts. RITF provides sound, scientific information that helps ranchers, land managers and policy makers make decisions about natural resource management and public land use.
Other Initiatives and Efforts:
- Riparian Plants of New Mexico
- Joe Skeen Institute for Rangeland Restoration
- Range Improvement Task Force Publications - A list of the Range Improvement Task Force publications can be found on page 14 of the 2003 Publication Calalog.
Samual T. Smallidge
NMSU, Range Improvement Task Force
P.O. Box 30003, MSC 3AE
Las Cruces, N.M. 88003
Webmaster: Summer Eaton