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Carcass Management – Pathways to Implementation

October 18, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm MDT

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The Conflict on Workinglands Conservation Innovation Grant (CoW-CIG) team invites you to join us to learn about emerging opportunities to implement carcass management in your operation and community with financial and technical assistance through NRCS programs, such as EQIP.

There are emerging opportunities for technical and financial assistance through Farm Bill programs to support producers in the implementation of range riding, carcass management, and various types of electric fencing/fladry.

Series Info (Registration for each is separate):
Range Riding – Tuesday, August 23rd
Fencing/Fladry – Tuesday, September 20th
Carcass Management – Tuesday, October 18th (Register on this page)

A west-wide team of working lands stakeholders received a 2020 National Conservation Innovation Grant, which has led to the development of an Interim Practice Standard. The CoW-CIG team, including ranchers from multiple states in the West who are utilizing these practices, will share ideas for transitioning from innovative strategies to broadly applicable practices through the NRCS Conservation Delivery framework.

Discussion will include approaches to habitat and ranch evaluation for conservation planning, along with approaches to site-specific implementation using a set of guiding principles for each practice.


12:00-12:10 – Welcome and Introductions with Alex Few, Working Wild Challenge Coordinator, Western Landowners Alliance, and Jared Beaver, Wildlife Extension Specialist and Assistant Professor, Montana State University

12:10-12:20 – Risk assessment and landscape stratification with Breanna Owens, Stewardship Coordinator, Western Landowners Alliance

12:20-12:30 – Conflict management and the Conservation Planning Process with NRCS Staff

12:30-1:10 – Panel discussion with practitioners moderated by Jared Beaver, MSU Extension 

  • Seth Wilson, Blackfoot Challenge, Montana
  • Linda Owens, Madison Valley Ranchlands Group, Montana 
  • Steve Primm, Madison Valley, Montana (tentative)
  • Chris Camarena, Director of Public Works, Prairie City, Oregon
  • Kasey Deatley, CA


Questions to be addressed by panelists include:

  • How are you using carcass management on your operation or in your community?
  • How can partnerships play a role in supporting carcass management?
  • What makes a carcass management project successful?

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