Working Wild Challenge

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…

Beyond Conflict: Sustaining Economic Viability in the Working Wild

Join us virtually for three engaging days with land stewards seeking solutions around large carnivore conflict reduction with partners from the Conflict on Working Lands Conservation Innovation Grant and Conflict…

Greg Hertel and his airedale terriers

Greg Hertel has used Airedale terriers for several years to protect himself, family and staff from grizzly bears by keeping them away from livestock and buildings around their Cody, Wyoming ranch. The Airedales sound a particular bark when they smell or see a grizzly bear, and are let out of their kennel to run the bears off the ranch.

Wyoming’s budget session generates new opportunities for the working wild

Wyoming’s 2020 Legislative Budget Session ended on March 12. There was legislation that passed this session, which provided a couple of new opportunities for livestock producers who are being impacted by issues related to wildlife.