“It’s like drinking from a firehose and living like a nomad for the summer.” That is how Stacey Barta, State Coordinator for Rangelands with the Montana Department of Natural Resources
As a young woman who did not grow up on a ranch, I’ve learned that I’m responsible for a lot of terrible, horrible, no good, very bad ranching. On a cold
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
Part 1 of an interview with Liz Barbour of Cinch Buckle Ranch Amber: What inspired you to develop an educational program to help support women learning traditional ranching skills? Liz: What inspired
Katie Geary has come home to Helmville in the Blackfoot River valley. It has been a long journey that started for her family in 1867 when her great-great grandfather immigrated
Many traditional position descriptions for ranch jobs consciously or unconsciously discourage women from applying. If you're hiring, use these tips to get the biggest possible pool of qualified applicants.