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Using Dogs to Reduce Wildlife Conflicts in Rangeland Settings

Join the Rocky Mountain Front Ranchlands Group and the Western Landowners Alliance on Dec. 6 for a one day workshop in Choteau, Montana highlighting the perspectives and experiences of landowners…

Calving Season: When is Optimal for your Ranch? Featuring Burke Teichert

Register before September 20th to save! This event is in-person and virtual. Have you ever wondered about the possibility of changing calving season on your operation?  Is it feasible for…

Quivira Coalition Regenerate Field Days: WHITE OAK PASTURES: RADICALLY TRADITIONAL FARMING

WHITE OAK PASTURES: RADICALLY TRADITIONAL FARMING BLUFFTON, GA  |  FRIDAY, SEPT 17TH 10AM-4PM EST  | TOUR CAPACITY : 75 ABOUT THE FIELD DAY The folks at White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, GA are…

2021 Montana Drought Series

Join the MSU Extension for the 2021 Montana Drought Series, hosted by the MSU Ranching Systems Team! Please see the attached flyer for more information.

Grazing for Soil Health on Rangeland: The Art of Electric Fencing

Quivira Coalition and Mad Agriculture are hosting our 2nd ranch and farm planning workshop, Grazing for Soil Health on Rangeland. The workshop features ranch manager Jorge Ramirez of Taiban Creek…

Seeking Solutions for Grizzlies in the Gravelly Mountains

Livestock producers in the Northern Rockies face the growing challenge of increasing numbers of grizzly bears. That challenge has come to a critical point in the Gravelly Mountains in southwest Montana, where the population of grizzlies has expanded in recent years onto public lands grazing allotments on the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest. The number of livestock lost to grizzly predation on these rangelands consequently increased dramatically over the last several years.

Living with Livestock: A Summer Herding Cattle in the Sawtooth Mountains

As I drove north and east, away from the golden California foothills that are Steinbeck country and into a Martian landscape where places went by names like “Craters of the Moon,” “Atomic City” and the “Sawtooth Mountains,” I wondered what was wrong with me.

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