Streambank Stabilization Made Possible through Conservation Technical Assistance
Each year in Wyoming, elk, deer, pronghorn, and other large mammals are injured or killed running into fences or entangling themselves in wire. In Albany County, John Nunn put in wildlife friendly fence at problem sites to help wildlife while saving money in fence repairs.
For Gene Carrico, it all comes down to being a good manager.
“You have to be in tune with Mother Nature. Everything you do has an effect on everything else,” said Carrico, who owns and runs Dexter Peak Ranch with his brother Mark.
The landscape in mineral-producing Campbell County has changed dramatically in recent years. In the middle of all the growth, local ranchers continue to work their land.
2014 Farm Bill streamlines conservation programs. The bill continues to provide technical and financial assistance available to farmers and ranchers.
Click here for video of Ladder Ranch - 2014 Leopold Conservation Award
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