Dr. Morgan Treadwell



Assistant Professor and Extension Range Specialist


Prescribed burning, livestock grazing management, and population plant ecology


Ph.D. in Range Science from North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND
M.S. in Range Science from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM.
B.S. in Agricultural Communications and Animal Science from Utah State University in Logan UT.


325-653-4576 X 217




7887 US Highway 87 North
San Angelo, Texas 76901

Dr. Russell’s primary responsibility is to provide leadership and coordination of extension educational programs by transferring new technology and the latest scientific advances in rangeland ecology and management to landowners, Extension agents, clientele, specialists, youth, and other interested parties throughout District 7 and parts of District 2, 3, and 6.  Her primary research objective is to disentangle the mechanisms that drive ecosystem structure and function in order to address important natural resource management issues. The current research interests involve integrated approaches for brush management, prescribed burning, livestock grazing management, population plant ecology, and youth natural resources education. 


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