ARDMORE, Okla. — Noble Research Institute wildlife and fisheries consultant Will Moseley has been selected to serve on Society for Range Management (SRM) Oklahoma Section Boards of Directors. He will serve for three years.
“This is quite an accomplishment for Will,” said Hugh Aljoe, Noble Research Institute producer relations director. “It’s a testament to his professionalism and the respect his peers have for him. He is a knowledgeable advocate for rangeland management issues and is effective in communicating those issues to producers and others in the agriculture industry.”
Moseley joined the Noble Research Institute in 2008. He is passionate about helping producers manage their resources for the benefit of both wildlife and people. Moseley is interested in prescribed fire, white-tailed deer management, waterfowl management, plant identification and fisheries management among many other topics.
The Society for Range Management is dedicated to supporting people who work with rangelands and have a commitment to the sustainable use, conservation and management of rangelands for the benefit of current societies and future generations.
Photo caption: Noble Research Institute wildlife and fisheries consultant Will Moseley was elected to the Society for Range Management Oklahoma section board of directors.
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Noble Research Institute, LLC (www.noble.org) is an independent nonprofit agricultural research organization dedicated to delivering solutions to great agricultural challenges. Headquartered in Ardmore, Oklahoma, the Noble Research Institute conducts fundamental, translational and applied research; offers no-cost consultation and education to farmers, ranchers and land managers; operates seven research and demonstration farms; and educates students of all ages about science and agriculture. The Noble Research Institute was founded by Lloyd Noble, an Oklahoma oilman and philanthropist, in 1945 as The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation to advance agriculture and land stewardship.