The Working Wild Challenge
Thriving ranches and thriving wildlife.
Landowner leadership to reduce conflicts between wildlife and livestock
Our approach leads to stronger partnerships, more resilient ranches, and ultimately, better-connected landscapes.
Beyond Fencelines: Women in Ranching Confluence 2020
Connecting and supporting, educating and inspiring, a growing network of resilient social capital
A virtual confluence that inspired and engaged.
November 13-15th was the first virtual Women in Ranching Confluence. It won't be the last! Thank you to our sponsors and to all the amazing women who presented and participated.
The Voice of Stewardship in the American West
On Land tells the stories of stewardship in a new West, in the voices of the people who are living it, at the leading edge of a future that puts people and nature together again for the benefit of both.
Working lands are the future of conservation
By Lesli Allison
Farms and ranches are the cornerstones of both human communities and the ecosystems we all depend on. And they are disappearing.
What landowners need to know about the ACE Act
By Zach Bodhane
Provisions in the ACE Act support western landowners and federal land grazing permittees in providing crucial habitat and ecosystem services by providing economic relief and policy options for livestock producers.
Can a fence that allows elk to pass easily stop the disease they carry?
By Louis Wertz
Brucellosis is a highly infectious bacterial disease that most Americans are fortunate to have never heard of. To keep it that way, we need ranchers like Mick McCarty.
Aspen Next Generation
Conversations from Southern Colorado and Northern New Mexico
Aspen trees and forests are especially important in the Rocky Mountains. Aspens add beauty to landscapes, foster high diversity and productivity of understory plants, provide for the habitat needs of many species of animals, and moderate fire behavior. The Aspen Next Generation project aimed to foster the future of aspen by pulling together insights from landowners, agency personnel, and scientists across southern Colorado and northern New Mexico.
Western Landowners Alliance advances policies and practices that sustain working lands, connected landscapes and native species.
We envision a future in which private and leased public lands in the West are resilient to stressors, healthy, and biologically diverse, and provide for prosperous rural livelihoods and critical ecological services.
We provide a collective voice, a peer network and a shared knowledge base for landowners striving to keep the land whole and healthy.
The West Needs Your Voice
Join our collective effort and enjoy the benefits of membership.
Bringing landowner perspectives and stories to bear on major issues shaping the West.
WLA’s peer network and shared knowledge base is designed for landowners striving to keep the land whole and healthy.
Advancing pragmatic, common ground solutions that sustain working lands, connected landscapes and native species.
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Join WLA to stay up to date on the most important news and policy for land stewards.
Become a member for free today and we will send you the news and policy developments critical to the economic and ecological health of working lands.
WLA works on behalf of landowners and practitioners throughout the West. We will never share your contact information with anyone.