Hannah Fraley

Wyoming Grazing Lands Coalition Coordinator

As the fifth generation of a Wyoming ranching family, Hannah was brought up to know a deep reverence for the land around her, and developed a curiosity and regard for the landscapes she calls home. She knew from an early age the importance of land stewardship, specifically as it relates to grazing land management, passed down from the long legacy of ranchers on both sides of her family.

She holds two Bachelors of Science, in Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management, as well as in Environment and Natural Resources from the University of Wyoming. She completed a Masters of Science in Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management at the University of Wyoming in the spring of 2023. Her thesis research focused on the targeted grazing of Plains larkspur (Delphinium geyeri) as a cattle toxicity mitigation strategy. Since then, she has worked for private environmental consulting firms, learning and honing many land management skills.

Hannah is thrilled to combine her love of Wyoming’s working lands with her passion for conservation through the Western Landowners Alliance, as they partner with the Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts to implement the Wyoming Grazing Lands Coalition Initiative. Never one to sit still for long, Hannah has always balanced a long list of interests, ranging from writing and singing songs, to painting, fly fishing, skiing, and working cattle with her family on their ranch outside of Sheridan, Wyoming.

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