#RangelandWednesday: New Places, New Faces

My final week in Buffalo was different from what I had been doing this summer. I started on Tuesday this week, after having returned from being in the Rawahs (Rocky Mountain National Park) with my family for the holiday weekend. This was a good break. I spent Tuesday and Wednesday sweeping more of Larry’s property,Continue reading “#RangelandWednesday: New Places, New Faces”

#RangelandWednesday: Rain Delay

This was a usual week. On Monday and Tuesday, I resprayed fields and pastures that Larry and I sprayed at the beginning of my internship in Buffalo. Wednesday and Thursday brought stormy weather, which conflicted with our respraying schedule because it added three inches of water to Clear Creek. In order to respray the lastContinue reading “#RangelandWednesday: Rain Delay”

Fight for the Drive

The Old West is revitalized each year when the historic cattle drive known as the Upper Green River Drift makes its way through western Wyoming. Cowboys mounted horseback drive thousands of head of cattle along the path, just as they have done for 124 years. Right now, outside forces are threatening this longstanding western tradition.Continue reading “Fight for the Drive”

#RangelandWednesday: The Way to Spray

This week was more of a straightforward and normal week.  Since Larry and I started spraying last week, we have sprayed six fields, two pastures and eight riparian areas; mostly for leafy spurge and Russian thistle. Between June 1 and June 6, we sprayed unless the wind picked up to over 15 miles per hour,Continue reading “#RangelandWednesday: The Way to Spray”

#RangelandWednesday: Zane’s Second Week in Buffalo

My second week started on May 26, following the Vignaroli’s camping trip. On Tuesday, Larry and I began clearing more debris from fence on the south side of the property, then fixed the fence to be sturdier and better prepared for when the river floods again. This took most of the day, but near theContinue reading “#RangelandWednesday: Zane’s Second Week in Buffalo”

2020 WSGA Communications Intern: Madison Pollart

Hi there! My name is Madison Pollart and I am very excited to be the communications intern for the Wyoming Stock Growers Association this summer! I hail from Snyder, Colorado, where I was raised on my family’s small cow/calf operation. I am a graduate of Prairie High School in New Raymer, Colorado, where I wasContinue reading “2020 WSGA Communications Intern: Madison Pollart”

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