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Ranching

  • We close our three-part series about women changing the face of ranching in the West with a visit to Montana, where reporter Ashley Ahearn meets a teenage sheep rancher who’s just starting out. Plus, cyclists in Colorado could soon be spending less time waiting at stop lights. Lawmakers are advancing a bill to allow cyclists to treat red lights like stop signs if no other traffic is present and roll through stop signs when it is safe to do so.
  • We close our three-part series about women changing the face of ranching in the West with a visit to Montana, where reporter Ashley Ahearn meets a teenage sheep rancher who’s just starting out. Plus, cyclists in Colorado could soon be spending less time waiting at stop lights. Lawmakers are advancing a bill to allow cyclists to treat red lights like stop signs if no other traffic is present and roll through stop signs when it is safe to do so.
  • A grant will help preserve a ranch within the Uncompahgre National Forest.The Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust received $436,000 to conserve…
  • The third annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum happened last weekend in Montrose. Farmers, ranchers and others involved in working the earth spent…
  • Water has always been a source of conflict in the arid West, but in recent years the conflict between agriculture and growing cities has escalated as both…
  • Over the last 20 years, the number of sheep in this country has been cut in half. In fact, the number has been declining since the late 1940s, when the…
  • The world’s soil is in trouble. Ecologists say without dramatic changes to how we manage land, vast swathes of grassland are at risk of turning into…