At the request of tribal governments, advisory groups can be coordinated to provide continuous and on-the-ground assistance with newly created range management programs or challenging range management projects. Advisory group members will be selected among local and regional rangeland and soil experts (agency, university, non-profit), tribal professionals, and already existing natural resource and cultural partners with whom the tribes have been working. We request that members of the advisory groups include these activities as part of their own work descriptions (via agency directives or extension responsibilities), or volunteer their time and energy. Advisory members must be motivated to assist tribal staff, be readily available to meet with and conduct site visits, and be able to make time to assist with workshop instruction. Travel costs will be provided if not covered by their respective employers.