Humans of the Working Wild is a collection of stories from people in the West who are living, recreating and working

"We have three basic goals, the primary one being that we must have an economically sustainable operation. If our operation

An advanced hunter education program in Montana goes beyond the shot to repair sportsmen-landowner relations.  Beneath a grove of tangled cottonwoods

It was just around 8:30 a.m. on a clear morning in mid-September in the southern Colorado Rockies. Turning aspen fluttered

There’s a growing understanding across the political spectrum that private and working lands have a critical role to play when

Habitat restoration on private land happens more often than many think, and is more critical to biodiversity conservation than most

Under the Endangered Species Act, the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has authority  to protect and prohibit harm to

Today we’re pleased to share our conversation with Louise Johns. Louise is a documentary photographer and National Geographic Explorer based

Since she took the leap out west in 2017, western photographer and wrangler Della Frederickson has spent more time in

For our 6th episode of the On Land podcast, Amber Smith hosts a conversation with renowned Western photographer and fifth

Miah Chalfant is a rancher, contemporary ledger artist, and passionate communicator of her community’s ways of life, both as a

The Grassland Conservation Reserve Program (Grassland CRP) has undergone some major changes since the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill