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    If you can only read three stories about Western Water this week, read these: 1. Leave it to Beaver In this feature from the University of Wyoming’s Western Confluence magazine, reporter Tesia

    Decades of experience with this conservation challenge has left longtime Private land wildlife manager Rick Danvir with some wisdom, and some scars. When I signed on with Deseret Ranch back in

    "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. 

    “I’m just an odd duck,” Gwen Kolb says often. It may be the defining characteristic, and most valuable asset, of a life’s journey that ultimately would take her to a

    Clyde Aspevig is a master of landscape painting. Today, he lives in Bozeman, Montana, but Aspevig grew up on his family’s historic homestead near the Canadian border outside of Rudyard,

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