2016 Summer Wrap-Up

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Summer 2016 was a productive and exciting time for the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust (WSGLT). Between the Annual Roundup Barbeque, monitoring, the closing of another conservation easement, and the addition of two new staff members and one new board member, the WSGLT staff and board were kept busy. In May, Travis Brammer and Maggie …

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Remembering Dr. John Lunt

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It is with great sadness, that the Wyoming Stock Growers Agricultural Land Trust (“WSGALT”) shares news of the passing of its Board member, and founder, Dr. John Lunt. “WSGALT has lost a longtime friend and partner,” said Mantha Phillips, WSGALT’s Chairman of the Board.  “Dr. Lunt’s never ending desire to learn, to be better, to …

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Private Lands at Devils Tower Conserved in Perpetuity

Categories: Current Projects, Events, Newsletter
An agricultural conservation easement on almost 5,000 acres south and west of Devils Tower was completed by the Driskill family and the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust in early October with the primary purpose of protecting the agricultural values of the property; additionally, the easement will conserve the wildlife habitat and open spaces enjoyed by …

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Thank you Pam!

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After seven years with the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust, Executive Director Pam Dewell will continue a career devoted to the conservation of working lands and wildlife habitat in mid-coast Maine.  The Board of Directors has appointed Conservation Director Bo Alley as Acting Director effective October 15th. “Working with the landowners that have entrusted their family …

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Ag Land Conservation Provides for Sage Grouse and Big Game Migration

Categories: Current Projects, Newsletter
The agricultural and wildlife values of the Buck Ranch in Lincoln County will be protected in perpetuity, thanks to a conservation easement agreement between landowner Karen Buck and the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust completed today.   With its stunning mountain views and abundant fishing, more than 2,000 acres would have otherwise been at high risk …

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