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The Western Landowners Alliance is advancing policies and practices that sustain working lands, connected landscapes and native species.

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WLA’s peer network and shared knowledge base is designed for landowners striving to keep the land whole and healthy.

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Advancing pragmatic, common ground solutions that sustain working lands, connected landscapes and native species.

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Bringing landowner perspectives and stories to bear on major issues shaping the West.

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Greg. A Human of the Working WIld

Humans of the Working Wild

are stories from people in the West who are living, recreating and working with and among wildlife on working lands, lightly edited from their own spoken words.

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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. 

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A Long Dry Time

By Lesli Allison

The absence of water is death, and for those intimately connected with the land, the experience of persistent drought can etch a scar into the psyche. 

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Healing the Landscape with Nicole Masters

New Podcast!

In this episode of the On Land Podcast, WLA's Amber Smith talks with soil scientist, consultant and author of the new book For the Love of Soil, Nicole Masters.

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