Counting Sheep

Rangeland Intern Samantha McIntosh has been busy at work with all sorts of different animals on the ranch, but the last few weeks have been focused around the Ewes and Lambs. She got to have a mini “vacation” and travel to Sheridan County for the Environmental Stewardship Tour last week. Here is her update:  WhatContinue reading “Counting Sheep”

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”

Groundwater safety important to all Wyomingites

Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts and Wyoming Natural Resource Foundation urge well owners to learn about the importance of groundwater safety, maintenance Whether for drinking, irrigation, industry or as part of a healthy ecosystem, groundwater is a vital natural resource affecting all walks of life. The Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts (WACD) and Wyoming NaturalContinue reading “Groundwater safety important to all Wyomingites”

National Ag Week Contests and Rules: March 17th – 28th

We are excited that March will bring the first day of spring along with National Ag Week. Starting March 23rd – 29th National Ag week will be in full swing, but we decided why just start on the 23rd? So our contest is starting March 17th and will end March 28th. We want to gainContinue reading “National Ag Week Contests and Rules: March 17th – 28th”

Having a sweet holiday – Wyoming grown sugar for YOU

  With the holiday spirit in tow, I know many parents are hoping, and some praying, that their children don’t eat their weight in sugar! While this advertisement my be outdated, and frightening to some parents (“instant energy!”)  it markets a good point to consumers. “You cannot buy a finer sugar in America!” For thoseContinue reading “Having a sweet holiday – Wyoming grown sugar for YOU”

Governor Mead: Many Opportunities for Wyoming Industries in Asia

Governor Matt Mead met with several key leaders from industry and government during his trade mission to South Korea and Taiwan. Governor Mead has just returned from those visits. Both South Korea and Taiwan have potential to expand benefits to Wyoming’s top three industries, energy, tourism and agriculture. Governor Mead focused on those three areasContinue reading “Governor Mead: Many Opportunities for Wyoming Industries in Asia”

Where Do You Find “Common Ground”: Western Energy Alliance

The Western Energy Alliance has been working with ranchers across the state of Wyoming for years to successfully and safely obtain our natural resources. Below is a statement from their website about where they find Common Ground with a wide array of groups, conditions, and resources. There’s Common Ground we share in developing our energyContinue reading “Where Do You Find “Common Ground”: Western Energy Alliance”

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