The Rangeland Exchange Application
The Environmental Leadership & Training Initiative (ELTI) and the Ucross High Plains Stewardship Initiative (UHPSI) are collaborating in an inaugural program, “The Rangeland Exchange,” to offer opportunities for students to investigate and analyze the complexity of rangeland systems in two widely different locations.

This program is a 10-12 week summer opportunity for one F&ES student to live and conduct research in two rangeland communities: Panama and the western United States. During the student’s time in each place, they will learn about rangeland management, build relationships with community members, and conduct field research that addresses the needs and concerns of rangeland communities.

IMPORTANT - You will also need to upload a PDF application with the same format as the Tropical Resources Initiative funding application. Please see the following link for a description of the application: https://tri.yale.edu/fellowships/how-apply#The%20Application

Are you a Master's or Doctoral student currently enrolled at F&ES who will also be enrolled at F&ES in the fall of 2018? *
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