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AWWEsome partnerships in northern Arizona connect wildlife viewing and habitat conservation.
A recent forum brought landowners together to share their thoughts on the NRCS program Working Lands for Wildlife.
Pat and Sharon O’Toole make their living by ranching on the sagebrush sea along the Wyoming-Colorado border. They raise sheep and cattle, sage grouse and trout, as well as children and grandchildren on their Ladder Ranch.
This year, 2016, marks the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty.
John O’Keeffe, a third generation rancher in southeast Oregon, wrote this post about sage grouse conservation that appeared in The Hill, a Washington D.C. area newspaper.
Working toward a future where wildlife and human communities thrive was the impetus for a recent Ranch Conservation Tour, co-hosted by Point Blue and the CA Rangeland Conservation Coalition.
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