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”

Two Weeks Left

Josiah has mentioned many times before that irrigating is a job that he has to do every day, so it does not come as a surprise when he explains, “that is all I have been doing this week”. Irrigating is important this time of year because of the drop in moisture, resulting in a constantContinue reading “Two Weeks Left”

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!”

Little Urbanization Hurts Wyoming Land Value

In April of 2015 Dr. William Larson, previous Research Economist at the Bureau of Economic Analysis finished research on, “New Estimates of Value of Land of the United States”. He began describing how “land is an important and valuable natural resource, serving both as a store of wealth and as an input in production”. Dr.Continue reading “Little Urbanization Hurts Wyoming Land Value”

Chasing an Agricultural Career at the Red Canyon Ranch: Billy Hovendick

Intern: Billy Hovendick Ranch: Red Canyon Ranch Billy has completed an Associate of Ag Business degree from Central Wyoming College and is interested in a career in ag business. Billy served in the United States Marine Corps oversees in Operation Enduring Freedom.   “This photo shows where the fence ends below Tunnel Hill at the edgeContinue reading “Chasing an Agricultural Career at the Red Canyon Ranch: Billy Hovendick”

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