Ian is Always Learning

Each week Ian Zerbe seems excited to be learning numerous tricks of the trade. Last week he attended the Environmental Stewardship Tour in Sheridan County and was interested to learn how other ranches, such as the Kane family, operate their ranch. He also showed off his moves on the dance floor! Check out his updateContinue reading “Ian is Always Learning”

Josiah the Irrigator

Josiah Masie is a returning Rangeland Intern, so his name may sound familiar. We are happy to have him back this summer. He explains that “Irrigating has become my life” in his weekly summary for last week. Josiah also explains what irrigating has to do with range management and his take on what is learningContinue reading “Josiah the Irrigator”

Rangeland Intern Allison Harvey Hard at Work

Hey y’all! Miss Allison Harvey has been hard at work the past few weeks, but she seems to be learning so much. She says that “…the country believes in the romance of the West,” and she is quickly learning that this may not be entirely true. Allison shared her experience from the past week withContinue reading “Rangeland Intern Allison Harvey Hard at Work”

Week Three for Ian Zerbe

Ian has been busy to work in Lander, WY! He has been learning new skills while making friendships along the way. Here is his work summary from the week of June 5- 11. Enjoy!  Week three already! This summer is flying by. The Allen’s run their upper ranch as a base-camp for the majority ofContinue reading “Week Three for Ian Zerbe”

A Review on the Sagebrush Sea

Recently, the University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute held a film screening of The Sagebrush Sea, along with a panel discussion n August 12th. The panel was comprised of Marc Dantzker, the film’s producer, Brian Rutledge, a biologist, and Dr. Matt Holloran, the National Audubon Society’s Conservation and Policy Advisor. The film was first aired onContinue reading “A Review on the Sagebrush Sea”

Toes in the Water

At the beginning of this week Josiah was able to take a break and cool off during a short vacation with his sisters. His sisters came to visit and took Josiah to Sinks Canyon at the base of the Wind River Mountains near Lander, Wyoming where they went for a hike while having a goodContinue reading “Toes in the Water”

Starting off August Right!

It has been yet another busy week for our Rangeland Intern Josiah and to kick it off, he started fencing. Monday and Tuesday Josiah and a few others built two sets of fence, each around an acre of land. The hard work began at seven in the morning and ended around six each night. TheContinue reading “Starting off August Right!”

WSGA Urges those to Donate to Funds already put in place.

As your Association, we urge you to help by donating to those in need through these funds already in place. South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association, South Dakota Stockgrowers Association and South Dakota Sheep Growers Association established the South Dakota Rancher Relief Fund Oct. 8, 2013 with the Black Hills Area Community Foundation to provide support andContinue reading “WSGA Urges those to Donate to Funds already put in place.”

The Other Side of the Fence: My experience on a 117 year old cattle drive – “The Drift”

Note: This article is written by Haley Lockwood, Communication & Publications Director. Take a look through her eyes as she moves cattle on a 117 year old cattle drive. The historic Green River Drift started in 1896 with over a century of heritage and legacy packed into the almost 70 mile cattle drive where ranchers, much likeContinue reading “The Other Side of the Fence: My experience on a 117 year old cattle drive – “The Drift””

Invasive Species at The Heart Mountain Ranch

Intern: Bessie Gondwe Ranch: The Nature Conservancy—Heart Mountain Ranch Preserve   Bessie is taking pre-veterinarian classes at Northwest College.  She was born in Sweden, moved to Zambia when she was 5, and then back to Sweden with she was 16.  She chose Wyoming because she was interested in the abundant nature and affordable education opportunities.  Continue reading “Invasive Species at The Heart Mountain Ranch”

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