Concerning Saving Species of Concern
Ranch manager and wildlife biologist Rick Danvir reviews the book *Saving Species on Private Lands* by Lowell E. Baier.
Most days these warming weeks of late spring the new pup, Huckleberry, and I walk to the Owl Trees near the southeast border of our home meadows.
Slaying salt cedar to save New Mexico’s Eastern Plains
Zooming along a two-lane highway just north of Tucumcari, New Mexico, few visitors are likely to notice the small grey piles lying along the banks of every single stream and
Caryl’s Simple Crowd-Pleaser Brownies
This is my mom Caryl’s brownie recipe, passed on to us daughters. Over the years it’s been fed to visiting folks from near and far. Ranch hands have been greeted
Foraging from the saddle – Garden Fresh Broccoli Salad
This broccoli salad recipe, while not technically foraged, adds a fresh touch of green and sweet crunch to any cookout, at home or on the range.
London comes to Cow Camp – Dutch Oven Baked Beans
Start this slow-cooked side of beans in time to serve with steak or hamburgers fresh off the grill as the sun sets behind the mountains.
Community in Food – Glenn’s Perfect Burger
We don’t always cook in cow camp. Sometimes we gather in the evenings at a little-known campground about 15 minutes from the ranch. There’s not much there: just picnic tables
Beginner’s guide to pasture, rangeland and forage insurance
What is Pasture, Rangeland and Forage (PRF) insurance, and why does it exist? Federal support for row crop producers has existed in multiple forms since the 1930s. It was not until
We’re in this together
Since our inception, we have premised our work at Western Landowners Alliance on the value of human and biological diversity and the importance of positive human relationships. We seek to
Rangeland monitoring – why to monitor and resources to get you started
The value of monitoring land attributes are generally known among land stewards. The greatest value is in gaining an understanding of the soils, plants and animals you manage, documenting that
Colorado’s Mountain Island
We own and operate a large ranch on public and private property in far western Colorado and eastern Utah and raise organic grassfed beef and organic hay. Our most profitable
Wyoming’s Sublette County
Domestic sheep flocks have grazed these private pastures in the southern end of the Wind River Mountains for more than 100 years.