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    The importance of family, of daughters and sisters and brothers, and the parents who love them and support their knowledge and skill-building, runs throughout this story.

    Although we can’t actually do all that is put before us as stewards of community, family, animals and land, I do believe we can do all of it on a

    As holistic managers and Holistic Management educators, Andrea and I understand the importance of financial planning. But why aren’t we doing it in our own lives? What is blocking us

    Lifting soil health, building resilience and ranch performance starts with the use of all our senses. This includes tapping into our sense of wonder. We are now moving into the

    By rancher Aimee Danch of Pacific Grasslands. If you can hear the part of you that knows a more beautiful world is possible, then some part of you already knows

    By guest contributor Kevin Alexander Watt, TomKat Ranch.This year, TomKat Ranch began a project to gather and share the stories of ranchers around the country seeing economic benefits from regenerative

    David Spicer's leadership in restoring springs, wetlands, and riparian areas on his ranch and beyond has helped keep a species from being listed under the ESA and supported return of

    In far northeastern New Mexico, Tuda and Jack Crews' land and water management models innovation, conservation, increased resiliency, and community connection.

    Through a lifetime on the land in southern Colorado, Betty Shahan has served as a leader in integrating conservation and ranching. The Chama Peak Land Alliance, of which Betty is

    In the high desert of southern Arizona and New Mexico, almost a million acres of important habitats and nearly 30 at-risk species are being protected and conserved…by a coalition of

    As a result of the O’Dell Creek restoration, Granger Ranches has documented a 900% increase in waterfowl species and a 600% increase in species diversity. The ranch now hosts at