Wood Ranch Conservation Easement Closes

Categories: Current Projects

Almost 2,000 acres of productive ranchland in Crook County will remain in agriculture thanks to a conservation easement on the Wood Ranch donated in part to the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust by landowner Jackie Griffith. The project’s closing on October 22 complements two completed conservation easements in Crook County held by the Stock Growers Land …

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Stock Growers Land Trust Conserves Ranch for Agricultural Production in Perpetuity

Categories: Current Projects

  The Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust completed the Martin Place project conserving 840 acres of productive rangeland in Sublette County. The Martin Place conservation easement, which closed on September 26, complements 14 conservation easements in Sublette County held by the Stock Growers Land Trust and results in a new total of 38,312 acres under …

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Thank you Saratoga!

Categories: Events, Newsletter

 Citizens of the North Platte Valley and beyond turned out in record numbers to support area charities at the “Valley Strong” benefit concert put on by Brush Creek Ranch at the Community Center.  Thanks to the generosity of Bruce and Beth White, 100% of the proceeds from ticket sales were distributed to 21 different charities as …

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House Passes Conservation Easement Provision

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The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed a charitable giving bill ­- H.R. 4719 – that reinstates and makes permanent a federal income tax deduction for voluntarily conserving agricultural lands. This provision, introduced as H.R. 2807, enhances the deductions for gifts of conservation easements that permanently conserve working farm and ranch lands. Conservation easements retire development …

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Land Trust Staff are also Kiwanians

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Director, Pam Dewell and Business Manager, Margaret Cox are members of the Kiwanis Club of Cheyenne.  Kiwanis Club serves up pancakes each year during Cheyenne Frontier Days. This year the Kiwanis Club served 27,938 people in three days!  That is a lot of pancakes!