Members

Western Digest – July 2018

News and opportunities on working lands, water and wildlife  Days are long, hummingbirds are in the air and summer is well-underway at WLA. Our hope is that each of you is spending much of your time outside on the land and enjoying these summer months. They tend to go by fast! Articles in this issue…

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Western Digest – May 2018

News and opportunities on working lands, water and wildlife  Articles this month range from a new report on the state of U.S. agricultural lands to species conservation banking and from rebuilding top soil to a voluntary pilot program that compensates agricultural producers for temporarily fallowing their crops. Enjoy! As always, this member monthly includes pertinent…

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Western Digest – April 2018

News and opportunities on working lands, water and wildlife  The news stories and articles included in this digest point to the increasing challenges of making a living off the land, but also highlight emerging solutions and tools for landowners. Take a look at the article on using solar to keep cattle watered, for example, or…

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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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New Video from TomKat Ranch Educational Foundation

TomKat Ranch Educational Foundation provides healthy food on working lands in a way that sustains the planet and inspires others to action. Western Landowners Alliance Board Treasurer, Wendy Millet, is the ranch director at TomKat. Learn more about their mission by watching the video below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bv1opLPQhwc&app=desktop

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Rancher Dale Lasater remembered for his devotion to cattle, land

At the Dale Lasater Ranch, there was something to be learned. So, for the past five years Téa Saylor, 15, has visited the place on the eastern plains, home to the grass-fed beef cows that are now a man’s legacy. Dale Lasater died at his family’s historic Elbert County ranch last weekend. He was doing…

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