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Vitality of the Wyoming Economy

Posted on: February 27, 2018

The vitality of the local economies of towns and regions in Wyoming impacts the every-day lives of landowners. For folks that live on the land and work on their ranches year-round, the growth of regions affects the viability of local school districts, accessibility to health care, and availability of off-farm jobs. For absentee landowners who may visit their ranches a few times a year, rural communities and regional population centers provide them the amenities... Read More

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Conservation Stewardship Program Deadline: March 2

Posted on: February 11, 2018

The deadline for farmers and ranchers to apply for Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) funds through the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) is March 2nd, 2018. This is not the deadline for participants whose contracts expire at the end of 2018 to renew their contracts for an additional five-year period.   The minimum... Read More

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Succession Planning and Governance

Posted on: January 29, 2018

Western Landowners Alliance recently held a seminar called Legacy on the Land. The speakers covered a wide range of topics within the focus of succession planning.  Howard Weiss from the US Trust spoke to the components of succession planning and governance. Succession planning has many elements. Put as a formula, succession planning = farm and... Read More

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Bighorn Mountain Forestry Projects

Posted on: January 18, 2018

Bighorn Mountain Forestry Projects

On the north side of the Bighorn Mountains, two separate, notable logging sale operations are underway. One of the projects is a Wyoming State Forestry Division project. The other is a USFS project referred to as the Johnson Creek timber sale, which spans 585 acres. The differing scale of the two projects creates the need for different crews, harvest and hauling techniques, and end products created from the wood. Montana-based Read More

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Celebrate Wyoming Day

Posted on: January 11, 2018

Saturday January 20th is Wyoming Day at the National Western Stock Show in Cheyenne. Hosted by the Wyoming Stock Growers Association, this event requires advanced registration. If you're interested in attending, you can register here. The RSVP deadline is the 15th.  The Wyoming Day schedule includes: • 7:45 AM - Meet at WSGA... Read More

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Land Values in North Central Montana

Posted on: January 10, 2018

According to Roald Aageson, an appraiser from Northwest Farm Credit Service, values and rents in North Central Montana remained stable from 2016 to 2017. Values for irrigated land increased ranged from $2000 to $3500 / acre whereas rents ranged from $75 to $125 / acre. For rangeland and pasture, values ranged from $250 to $800 / acre and rents from $20 to $40 / AUM. Values for dryland farms per acre... Read More

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RMEF Closes Easement in Southeast Wyoming

Posted on: December 13, 2017

A collaborative effort between Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF), National Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) Wyoming, and a private landowner, has resulted in the permanent protection of 2,132 acres in southeast Wyoming. The property, now under conservation easement, provides winter range for up to 500 elk. Three linear miles across the property’s southern property line borders the Read More

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Targeted Grazing as a Tool to Combat Invasive Species

Posted on: November 16, 2017

Targeted Grazing as a Tool to Combat Invasive Species

The Western Governor’s Association recently hosted a webinar regarding Idaho’s all lands approach to grazing management. Professionals and experts from NRCS, the University of Idaho Rangelands Center, Idaho Governor’s Office of Species Conservation, the Bureau of Land... Read More

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Pilot System Water Conservation Program RFP in Green and Little Snake River Basins

Posted on: November 10, 2017

Later this month, on November 21st, there will be an informal meeting at 10am at the Pinedale Library in Pinedale, Wyoming to answer questions related to the recently released Request for Proposals for the Pilot System Water Conservation Program in the Upper Colorado River Basin. The Pilot System Water Conservation Program, an initiative of the Upper Colorado River Commission (UCRC), is designed to develop and test tools that could... Read More

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Shipping Day at LoneTree Land and Livestock

Posted on: October 26, 2017

Shipping Day at LoneTree Land and Livestock

Calving days, branding days, and shipping day are all major milestones on working cattle ranches. This time of year is shipping time for many ranchers in Wyoming. At LoneTree Land & Livestock, the team shipped 825 calves and sorted 1,675 head in about 2.5 hours. The pipe corrals built using a Temple Grandin design for low stress livestock handling are... Read More

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