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Defending and Growing the Core by Breaking the Cycle of Annual Grass Invasion

Invasive annual grasses–such as cheatgrass, medusahead, and ventenata–are the leading cause of degradation and loss of America’s sagebrush grasslands, reducing forage and habitat, fueling more frequent and larger wildfires, and…

Working Lands Happy Hour – Sustaining Working Lands of the Upper Green River

Sublette County Library, Lovatt Room in Pinedale, WY Join Sublette County producers, Wyoming agencies, and partners to talk about the importance of working lands and the tools that support them.…

The New Era of Conservation: What Working Landscapes Bring to the Table

Western Landowners Alliance presented this panel discussion on the New Era of Conservation in partnership with the Trailing of the Sheep Festival. The conversation focused on the importance of both…

In Durango: A Conversation about a New Era of Conservation

We are living at the historic intersection of agriculture and conservation. Surely, water, wolves, wildfires and invasive species are examples of the challenges we face, but the issue is bigger,…

Wolves & Water: Private Lands and the Future of the West

Join WLA in Fort Collins, Colorado for a conversation about a “New Era of Conservation” On Tuesday, July 25th, from 5:30 – 7 PM, at New Belgium Brewing, 500 Linden…

Grand Junction: A Conversation over Beers about the New Era of Conservation

On Tuesday, July 27th at Kannah Creek Brewing Co. in Grand Junction, Western Landowners Alliance CEO Lesli Allison will be discussing the need to bridge our urban and rural divide…

Partnering for Stewardship: Opportunities for Landowners

Partnering for Stewardship: Opportunities for Landowners The Southwest Stewardship Series is back for a third year with the generous support of Southwest Ag, Inc. This season we’ll be kicking off…

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