We are back to you with Josiah’s newest update and boy, are we excited!

This past week began with Josiah making a five hour trip to Cheyenne for the Environmental Stewardship Tour at the King Ranch on July 14th. That is right; we got to meet Josiah for the first time in person and we enjoyed hearing more about the work he has been doing while on the ranch.Continue reading “We are back to you with Josiah’s newest update and boy, are we excited!”

Josiah’s Weekly Update

Josiah is nearly half way through with his rangeland internship and this week he has been quite productive. He built more fences but this time up in the mountains for the next cattle rotation. He also learned how to build a buck and pole fence. Josiah stated that he, “…learned how to make the bucksContinue reading “Josiah’s Weekly Update”

Snakes and Flies and Weeds, oh my!

Josiah has had a busy week meeting deadlines and working on the ranch’s to-do list on the Red Canyon Ranch. Leafy spurge has spread rapidly and Josiah has had the very important job of spraying the fields. Josiah states in his journal that, “it has grown in with a vengeance, but the tedious job isContinue reading “Snakes and Flies and Weeds, oh my!”

Week Five on Josiah’s Internship Adventures

Week five quickly came around the corner for the WSGA Rangeland Intern, Josiah. At the beginning of the week he got the chance to shadow John, one the working hands on the ranch. They did a wide variety of jobs like monitoring areas along the Sweet Water River, doing some plant identification and fence planning.Continue reading “Week Five on Josiah’s Internship Adventures”

The Time is here Once Again to catch up with our Rangeland Intern, Josiah!

Waking up in week three with “a million dollar view” right outside Josiah’s window reminds him daily of the wonderful opportunity to be interning at the Red Canyon Ranch. Josiah was excited to report that he finished the very long fencing project this week and what a rewarding feeling to have accomplished such a bigContinue reading “The Time is here Once Again to catch up with our Rangeland Intern, Josiah!”

Josiah, Rangeland Intern Working Hard from Day One

The WSGA has many opportunities for young adults to embrace agriculture, one which is through the Rangeland Internship Program. Josiah, a University of Wyoming student has entered the internship program and is working on the Nature Conservancy Red Canyon Ranch for the summer. Hoping to gain more experience with rangeland management, natural resources and learnContinue reading “Josiah, Rangeland Intern Working Hard from Day One”

Welcome RealRanchers & WSGA Intern Kadi Davis!

Every year RealRanchers.com and the Wyoming Stock Growers Association have the privilege to have an intern for the summer months at our office. This year we are happy to have Kadi Davis join us! Please look for posts from her in the future on our Facebook page and on our blog – http://www.realranchers.com! Hello thereContinue reading “Welcome RealRanchers & WSGA Intern Kadi Davis!”

Welcoming a Late Addition – Tyson Sollars

Tyson joined our internship late this summer, but we are glad he did! The Red Canyon Ranch has been a great place to learn about Wyoming ranching and resource management. Enjoy learning about Tyson and what he has learned. The first  few months of this internship have been very eye-opening to me. I have beenContinue reading “Welcoming a Late Addition – Tyson Sollars”

First Annual Ranch Sustainability Forum: May 12-14, 2014 “People, Planet, Profit…Sustainable Ranches”

First Annual Ranch Sustainability Forum May 12-14, 2014   Purpose: To provide informational resources and tools for ranch stakeholders that will help provide healthy and sustainable ranches in 2020 and beyond. For reservations call Emily at Padlock Ranch 307-655-2264 or emily@padlockranch.com   Draft agenda;  some changes may be made but speakers are confirmed. May 12Continue reading “First Annual Ranch Sustainability Forum: May 12-14, 2014 “People, Planet, Profit…Sustainable Ranches””

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”

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