CHEYENNE – Concerned about the threat of prime, agricultural landscapes being gobbled up by development, two Johnson County landowners took steps to save their iconic Wyoming ranch lands.
PARK & JOHNSON COUNTIES – The Wyoming Stock Growers Agricultural Land Trust welcomed the donations of two conservation easements in late summer. The foresight of the landowners has conserved 630 acres to protect Wyoming’s vital ranching places and iconic viewsheds.
SHERIDAN COUNTY – More than 1,000 acres of working ranchland will remain forever in agriculture thanks to a recently closed conservation easement and bequest of the ranch to the Wyoming Stock Growers Agricultural Land Trust.
Sommers-Grindstone ranches protect future for ranching, wildlife, fishing access, cultural sites UPPER GREEN RIVER VALLEY – A massive land-protection agreement in Sublette County closed Thursday, conserving nearly 19,000 acres of historic agricultural land, critical wildlife habitat and iconic view sheds.
MEETEETSE – A young ranching family will continue to grow a livelihood in agriculture thanks in part to a newly completed conservation effort with the Wyoming Stock Growers Agricultural Land Trust and The Conservation Fund.