RECOMMENDED READINGS Revolution on the Range, The Rise of the New Ranch in the American West, Courtney White Stockmanship and Cattle Handling on the Range, Steve Cote Wolfer, Carter Niemeyer (Wolfer can be ordered at: https://www.carterniemeyer.com/bio) Dirt to Soil, One Family's Journey into Regenerative Agriculture, Gabe Brown How Wolves Hunt; The Behavior of Wolves Hunting Wild Prey, Daniel R. MacNulty, Douglas W. Smith, and L. David Mech
WOLF BEHAVIOR AND ECOLOGY Wolves on the Hunt: The Behavior of Wolves Hunting Wild Prey, Daniel R. MacNulty, Douglas W. Smith, and L. David Mech Among Wolves, Gordon Haber and Marybeth Holleman Decade of the Wolf: Returning the Wild to Yellowstone, Doug Smith The Rise of Wolf 8, Rick McIntyre
RANCHING FOR PROFIT SCHOOL - Ranch Management Consultants (RMC) "Ranching can be profitable!" - Working Circle is proud to partner with RMC to offer sponsorships to the Ranching for Profit School. Check out their website and Contact us to learn more about sponsorship programs.
MULTI-DAY CLINICS for LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS WC offers sponsorships to individual landowners, managers, and ranch hands to participate in diverse, customized multi-day clinics that include: Ranching in the Modern World ~ Sustainable Ranching for Coexisting with Wolves ~ Creating Ranch Resiliency ~ Ranching for Profit Stockmanship ~ Bud William's Low Stress Livestock Handling ~ Horsemanship ~ Working Dogs Predators on Shared Landscapes ~ Wolf Behavior and Ecology ~ Wolves, Prey, and Livestock Interaction Supplemental Tools ~ Fladry ~ Electric fencing Understanding the Landscape ~ Landscape monitoring ~ Wildlife tracking ~ Use of trail cameras These clinics are also recommended for wildlife agency personnel engaged in the wolf conservation arena.
CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES (No Cost to Ranchers of Agency Personnel) ~ Virtual Wolves & Ranching workshops and presentations available free by request;contact usfor more information
ON-RANCH VULNERABILITY RISK ASSESSMENTS Working Circle offers on ranch wolf-livestock conflict risk assessments and supports livestock producers in co-creating strategies that best meet the needs of the individual landowner and/or community based on individual ranch goals. On-going support provided during implantation of plan. Contact us for more information.
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