Best Paper in the AJRFS

This award is made to the author/s of the best paper published in the African Journal of Range and Forage Science in the preceding year.

Best Paper in the AJRFS

This award is made to the author/s of the best paper published in the African Journal of Range and Forage Science in the preceding year.
Best Paper in the AJRFS 2019

Cherryl Walker, Suzanne J Milton, Tim O’Connor, Judy Maguire, Richard Dean - Drivers and trajectories of social and ecological change in the Karoo, South Africa Bettina Weber, Alexandra Tamm, Stefanie Maier, Emilio Rodriguez-Caballero - Biological soil crusts of the succulent Karoo: A review

Best Paper in the AJRFS 2018

Heidi-Jayne Hawkins - A global assessment of Holistic Planned Grazing™ compared with season-long, continuous grazing: meta-analysis findings

Best Paper in the AJRFS 2017

Colin Everson, Terry Everson - The long-term effects of fire regime on primary production of montane grasslands in South Africa

Best Paper in the AJRFS 2016

Rob Scott-Shaw, Craig Morris - Grazing depletes forb species diversity in the mesic grasslands of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Best Paper in the AJRFS 2012

Dr John Mworia received the award for the Best Paper published in the African Journal of Range and Forage Science in 2011, for his article entitled "Patterns of seed dispersal and establishment of the invader Prosopis juliflora in the upper floodplain of Tana River, Kenya".