Landowners & Managers: WLA Call for Video Submissions

Dear Western Landowners, Ranchers and Farmers,   With your help, WLA is building an organized and engaged community of forward-thinking landowners in the West with the potential to drive significant, positive change on the ground, socially and in the political arena. We are working hard to empower landowners with the necessary knowledge, social and economic…

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Western Landowners Alliance is HIRING!

  Western Landowners Alliance, a West-wide non-profit organization based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, seeks to fill the following two staff positions to help us implement our mission to advance policies and practices that sustain working lands, connected landscapes and native species.   Director of Finance and Administration The Director of Finance and Administration will…

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WLA attends CA Rangeland Conservation Coalition Annual Summit

On January 16 and 17, WLA participated in the California Rangelands Conservation Coalition annual meeting in Stockton, CA. Meeting attendees sat for presentations from landowners, producers, government officials and other natural resources leaders on predator policy and management. To conclude the first day of activities, guests were treated to a film festival featuring WLA’s Stewardship With…

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WLA Debuting Latest Film in Santa Fe – January 25th

WLA is very pleased to be working with Taos, New Mexico film-maker Pablo Irlando-Wildman on our latest film: “Water is Life.” Based in Taos, New Mexico and focused specifically on the Rio Fernando, this film begins up high in the Taos watershed and follows the water down from the mountains, into the Rio Fernando and…

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Thank You for a Wonderful 2017 and Happy New Year!

As we head into the final stretch of 2017 and prepare to welcome in a new year, all of us at the Western Landowners Alliance would like to take a few minutes to thank all of you who have supported our work and attended our events in the last year. As you know from experience,…

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BLM Announces Public Meetings on Sage Grouse

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will hold a series of public meetings in Idaho, Colorado, California and Oregon in November on potential changes to plans for protecting greater sage grouse habitat. The meetings will be in Idaho on Nov. 2, 6 and 7, in California on Nov. 3, in Oregon on Nov. 7, and in Colorado on Nov. 9. The sage grouse…

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Field Day with Dr. Allen Williams – Oct 18 & 19 – San Luis Valley, Colorado

  Interested in marketing, soil health, genetics, local foods, and the economics of grass-fed beef? Then this workshop is for you! Dr. Allen Williams is a distinguished grass-fed beef producer in Mississippi, former genetics professor, and owner of Joyce Farms. WLA is co-sponsoring this workshop and the first three WLA members to contact me will…

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