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Friendly Fences: Innovating a New Line of Defense against Brucellosis

ABBY NELSON, CAT URBIGKIT, NELSON SHIRLEY, AND KENYON FIELDS

Real Life with Wolves

Stewardship in Action

Slaying Salt Cedar to Save New Mexico's Eastern Plains

Paying for Stewardship

Conservation Finance Tools Explained

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It was just around 8:30 a.m. on a clear morning in mid-September in the southern Colorado Rockies. Turning aspen fluttered lightly in the soft breeze as Dennis, a neighboring ranch

On January 27, President Biden issued a sweeping executive order designed to address climate change and conserve biodiversity. Among its goals is conserving thirty percent of land and water by

In coming decades, conservation will inevitably focus on working lands. Distinct from wilderness, working lands are commonly understood to be those lands tended by human hands. In the West, working

As a child, I used to sit on lazy summer afternoons by a little pond on national forest land near my family’s home. Save for the buzzing of an occasional

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