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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…

WIR Stars & Soil Camp – Registration Opens

Special educational sessions with Rachel Lohof Larsen and others Ethnobotany,Traditional Ecological Knowledge, sheep, cattle, weeds and more!

Sustainable Ranching Workshop

Southwest Montana Sagebrush Partnership is hosting a workshop sharing ideas to increase the sustainability of ranching, rangelands, open spaces and culture. October 11th: Regenerative Grazing – Morning Session Speaker and…

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…

Virtual Fence Workshop

VF is an emerging technology that contains livestock with a reduced need for physical fences. Ranchers create virtual boundaries on digital maps, like Google Maps, that GPS collars detect. The…

Soil Health and Management Workshop

Facilitator: Cody Spencer Explore Cottonwood Ranch’s journey to improve soil health and restore the water cycle on irrigated ground and arid rangeland. At the end of the two days, attendees…

State-and-Transition Models for Management of Rangeland Ecosystems

Facilitators: Tamzen Stringham, Ph.D., Rangeland Scientist, University of Nevada Reno Lucas Phipps, Rangeland Ecologist, University of Nevada Reno This two-day course will focus on a process to classify rangeland landscapes…

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