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!”

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”

Polo for the Cattlemen – Join us in Sheridan!

As the 2015 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show is sneaking around the corner, WSGA members and their families are making plans for the week. Despite the hustle and the bustle of the convention make sure to take some family time and enjoy the beautiful Big Horn area. Prior to the convention the BigContinue reading “Polo for the Cattlemen – Join us in Sheridan!”

Sizzling Hot San Antonio

The first week of February I had the opportunity to travel to Texas and attend the 2015 Cattle Industry Convention and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Trade Show as a member of the 2015 National Beef Ambassador Team. This was my first time attending this event, and I cannot wait to go back! It is soContinue reading “Sizzling Hot San Antonio”

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”

It runs in the family…

If you’ve spent much time around rural friends and relations, you’ve probably heard the overly romanticized term “family-run.” Personally, the realist in me prefers it this way, “Family,  RUN!” Between the family that lives there and the family that visits, on our farm there’s plenty of family to go around.  Mom had an interesting observation.  She says when family members expressContinue reading “It runs in the family…”

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