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Chuck Stanley, Rangeland Management Specialist

Office:     817-509-3282
Mobile:    817-565-0377


  • Born in Lubbock and grew up in Odessa, Texas.
  • A biologist for EG&G Environmental Sciences Inc. located in Las Vegas, Nevada conducting vegetation and animal research for the Yucca Mountain Project until 1994.
  • Upon completion of my education I was the ranch manager of a small 3,000-acre cow-calf, stocker operation and peanut farm near Jayton, Texas.
  • Began my career with the NRCS as a Rangeland Management Specialist in Waurika, Oklahoma. In 2001, I moved to Lawton, Oklahoma as a multi-county Rangeland Specialist. In 2004, I was relocated to Woodward, Oklahoma as the Zone I Rangeland Resource Specialist.
  • In 2008, was promoted to the CNTSC Core Team
  • In November 2013, promoted to the Grazing Lands Technology Team.
  • Certified Professional in Rangeland Management by the Society for Range Management


  • B.S. in Rangeland Management from Texas Tech University in 1992.
  • M.S. in  Prescribed Burning from Texas Tech University in 1997 with an emphasis on The Effects of Summer Burning on Texas High Plains Vegetation.

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