Bo is a Wyoming native with deep roots in Wyoming ranching and agriculture. His great-grandfather Jim Grieve began ranching in Natrona County in 1893 on the historic UC Ranch. His grandfather Ralph Alley managed the John Hay sheep company and was very active in the Wyoming sheep industry.
As Executive Director Bo oversees WSGLT operations and works closely with the Board of Directors to create and implement organizational strategies and objectives.
Bo is an experienced project manager and business developer, and has worked closely with local, state, and federal agencies, private landowners, and permitting authorities, to successfully complete numerous complex transactions in the energy, construction, and conservation industries. Immediately prior to joining WSGLT, Bo developed a large portfolio of renewable and natural gas-fired power generation projects across the Western United States for one of the nation’s largest Independent Power Producers.
Bo holds a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Colorado State University, and is a LEED® Accredited Professional.
Eric was born in Logan, Utah but was raised in Nebraska after spending his early years in Brazil, southern Africa (Lesotho), and Texas. Agriculture and conservation, specifically rangeland management, has played a large role in Eric’s upbringing, education, and professional career. His father is professor of rangeland ecology and management at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). Eric received his B.S.
in Fisheries and Wildlife Management from UNL and recently received his M.S. in Natural Resources Management from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Prior to joining the Land Trust, he worked for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and the University of Alaska Fairbanks as a research assistant and interpretive ranger. In addition, Eric’s GIS skills, his former position as a Range Technical Service Provider with the NRCS, and his ranch management experience on a large ranching operation near Gordon, NE will help our Land Trust continue to be a leader in Wyoming Ag conservation, grow new programs and navigate the future conservation landscape.
Maggie was born in Laramie, but grew up in Gillette where she was active in 4-H, FFA, and SkillsUSA. Maggie has her Associates of Science in Animal Science from Northwest College in Powell, where she competed on the livestock judging team. She recently graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor’s degree in Ag Communication and a minor in International Ag. Economics. She has always had a passion for agriculture and is excited for the opportunity to help promote the industry and the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust.
Travis grew up working on the family farm in Sterling, Colorado where he concurrently attended Northeastern Junior College while in high school. His father, a University of Wyoming alum, owns a law firm and also sits as municipal court judge. Travis’ mother, from Newcastle, and also a UW alum, is the Logan County Judge. He graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor’s of Science in Finance, and Environment and Natural Resources, with minors focused on Banking and Sustainability. Travis has always had strong ties to agriculture and is excited to help grow the land trust and keep Wyoming’s open spaces working.
Kaylee was born and raised in Wyoming and has always been passionate about the Cowboy State. She recently graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and a minor in History. Kaylee previously worked as an Interpretive Ranger for the National Park Service at Fort Laramie National Historic Site and is excited to use her cultural preservation experience to help grow the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust and promote the preservation of the ranching lifestyle.