Liz Barbour manages the Cinch Buckle Ranch in Southeastern MT with her husband Drew. Her family’s unlikely journey from Indiana, began in 2012, when she accepted a position as a Licensed Addictions Counselor,working with chemically dependent youth at the Pine Hills Youth Correctional Facility. After having her first child in 2014, she and Drew moved to a remote ranch in Eastern Montana where she fell in love with the relationship between animals, people and wide open landscapes. She carries a passion and empathy for all living things; her varied experiences have allowed her to view life through the lenses of many different people.
Lord willing and the creek don’t rise: How we show up for each other in community on the range
I shared my nervousness with our new general manager and he replied, “You know, we have to allow each other the space to make mistakes.” Right then I knew I