It has been a busy year at the Capitol. After much back-and-forth, two major pieces of legislation passed that will bring considerable new investments to Western working landscapes: the Inflation
By staying rooted in relationships with each other and the land, the Babbitt family kept their historic ranch together and secured its legacy for generations to come.
Wayne Slaght stares out across the Two Creek Monture Ranch at the state wildlife managers unspooling strips of red fabric that now encircle his calving lot. A breeze coming off
Low-tech stream restoration techniques can build resilience against drought, mitigate floods and improve forage quantity and quality, as well as improve riparian wildlife habitat. These simple structures and treatments are
As wolf population recovery and reintroduction take place around the West, the challenging subject of lethal control, whether wolves that prey on livestock should be killed, is under discussion. Regulated
There’s a good chance that, in recent months or years, you’ve heard the terms aridification and desertification. Aridification is the gradual change of a region from a wetter to a drier