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Looking for the perfect gift for the land steward in your life this holiday season? The staff of Western Landowners Alliance, a growing group replete with ranchers, shepherds, farmers, hunters,

Today, a broad coalition of New Mexico organizations supporting the Land of Enchantment Legacy Fund released a new interactive map showing more than 750 land, water, agriculture and outdoor recreation

By Ellen Waterston A conversation with Jaide Downs, co-owner and operator of fields station in Fields, Oregon. Fields Station is a welcome sight after the five-hour drive from Bend. It’s a

By Ellen Waterston A Conversation with Becky Hatfield Hyde & Taylor Hyde, owners of Hatfield Hyde Land Trust, Brothers, Oregon When it comes to this busy, hopscotching duo, finding Becky Hatfield Hyde

In this bonus episode, we're sharing the beginning of a series from our friends at The Modern West, hosted by Melodie Edwards, from Wyoming Public Media. The Modern West asks

Legislation would create new USDA Voluntary Groundwater Conservation Easement Program Today, U.S. Senators Michael Bennet (D-Colo.), Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), and Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) introduced the Voluntary Groundwater Conservation Act to give

Dr. Pat Shaver explains strategies to create as much flexibility as possible within the constraints of federal grazing authorizations. Utilize Animal Behavior As noted in the video, when flexibilities are not available within

The Rangeland Analysis Platform has been revolutionizing rangeland management and monitoring since it was first launched in 2018. Better known as RAP, the dataset and online mapping tools allow users

Steamboat Springs, Colo. Colorado Parks and Wildlife has begun to see impacts on wildlife as snow continues to pile up in Routt County. With another round of snow on the way

Humans of the Working Wild is a collection of stories from people in the West who are living, recreating and working with and among wildlife on working lands, lightly edited from

"I was not born to being a rancher, I married into it. I met my husband, Jim, in college. Part of the proposal included eventually becoming the third generation on this ranch. 

A keynote address for the University of Wyoming’s 150th Anniversary of Yellowstone Symposium, held at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming By Robert Bonnie, Undersecretary of Agriculture