Research in Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management
As a Tier One research institution, Texas A&M is dedicated to conducting sound, credible and innovative research. In the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management, we’re devoted to doing just that. Our faculty, students and research associates are working to develop applicable and innovative solutions to management needs, problems and policies related to natural resource issues in Texas and beyond.
We’re interested in evidence-based science that speaks for itself in the field. Our faculty are leading the field with expertise areas in management strategies, economics and the legal and regulatory considerations associated with stewardship of natural resources. All of our research aims to advance rangeland, wildlife and fisheries management today, while impacting policy that shapes the future.
Areas of Research Expertise
We are a collaborative faculty with a wide scope of interests, bringing innovation and creativity to solving complex problems at the intersection of agriculture, economics, and agribusiness.
Research and Extension Centers
Our centers conduct innovative research to contribute information relating to key agribusiness market issues.
- Center for Grazinglands and Ranch management
- Center for Natural Resource Technology (CNRIT)
- Rangeland Decision-Support Laboratory (RSDL)
- Grazingland Animal Nutrition Laboratory (GAN Lab)
- Texas AgriLife Extension Service Aquatic Diagnostics Laboratory
Enhancing bioenergy and environmental sustainability through cane production
A researcher within the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management is expanding the impact of Texas A&M AgriLife Research in environmental sustainability and bioenergy production, with her focus on bioenergy cane.
Conserving Lone Star State landscapes
Researchers within the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management are assisting in the development of two comprehensive statewide plans focused on conservation management priorities, as well as the recreational behaviors, preferences and constraints faced by Texans.