Extensive Wyoming land conservation project conserves nearly 19,000 acres

Categories: Current Projects

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.

2011 Annual Round Up Barbeque Follow Up

Categories: Events, Newsletter
Friends, neighbors and supporters of the Wyoming Stock Growers Agricultural Land Trust gathered to celebrate another year of protecting working ranches at the Annual Roundup Barbecue Aug. 27 at the Hat 2 Ranch near Meeteetse, Wyo.

Conservation easement funding bill signed

Categories: Newsletter

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed a critical piece of conservation legislation on Wednesday, March 2. Senate File 62, “Large Project Funding,” approved the recommendations for project funding made by the board of the Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust (WWNRT) for large projects in utilizing funding allocated in the last budget session.