We are determined to educate leaders who will make a positive difference in ranching, and ensure that our hard earned heritage is not lost.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rancher Learning Opportunities

Gus T. Canales Lectureship on Prescribed Burning

December 15-18, 2014

 

This lectureship is designed to teach the participants the safe use of fire as a rangeland and wildlife habitat management tool.  It provides the formal training necessary to qualify the participant  as a Certified Prescribed Burn Manager in the state of Texas.  Learn more and register here.

 

Real Estate Law Lectureship

January 8-9, 2015

 

Understanding your property rights as a landowner is critical to your ranching operation. This lectureship will focus on importanct aspects regarding real estate law, such as oil, gas, and mineral leases; easements; condemnation; liabilities; rights regarding surface and ground water; and transfer of property. It will also discuss current statutes, laws, and cases that affect all aspects of the ranching industry. Learn more about this lectureship here.

 

   
   

10-Year Impact Report

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It is with great pride that the King Ranch® Institute for Ranch Management presents our 10-Year Impact Report. Since KRIRM was established in 2003, the institute has proven to be a leader in educating the next generation of ranch managers. It is because of this success, that we want to illustrate our accomplishments to date. This report is intended to showcase our unique master's program, its students and donors, and the positive impact our outreach programs have made to the ranching industry. Download the impact report here.

 

Impact Report

Agricultural White Paper

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Agricultural Water: Protecting the Future of Our Nation

On May 1 and 2, 2012, a group of concerned agricultural land owners assembled to discuss a single topic, "Water Strategy." The meeting was intended to identify water issues facing the agricultural industry and the current state of water policy. Deliberations quickly turned to strategies needed to prioritize adequate water supplies for all users. It was agreed that agricultural leaders must join with other water stewards to address water supply and management strategies. The goal of this paper is to guide policy discussions and help our nation. Our nation needs agriculture and agriculture needs water. Download the full agricultural white paper here. Download the executive summary here.

 

White Paper