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Dana Larsen

Central National Technology Support Center Staff

National Grazing Lands Team Volunteer (Former Team Leader)

Central National Technology Support Center USDA NRCS
501 W. Felix St., FWFC, Bldg. 23, Fort Worth, TX 76115
Fax: 817-509-3337
Phone: 817-509-3211
Cell: 817-584-3905


Dana Larsen was the National Grazing Team Leader stationed at the Central National Technology Support Center in Fort Worth, Texas until retirement in September, 2018. She has experience in grazing land conservation planning and practice application across a wide range of ecosystems throughout the country.

Dana Larsen is a Utah State University graduate in Range Science, 1980. She has worked throughout the west and mid-west for both the USDA-NRCS and the USDI-Bureau of Land Management as a range conservationist in Nevada, Wyoming, Idaho and Nebraska.  Dana was the State Rangeland Management Specialist in Nebraska for the NRCS from 2002 through 2008. In 2009, she was an Area Resource Conservationist for the NRCS in northern Utah.  Dana joined the Technical Service Provider Team at National Headquarters as a Natural Resource Specialist in 2011 and later served as Acting National Rangeland Management Specialist for 6 months.  Dana is an active member of the Society for Range Management and served as Nebraska Section President.  She is a Certified Professional in Range Management.  Dana and her family have owned, operated and managed cow –calf ranches throughout the west and mid-west.

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