Regenerative Ranching and Stockmanship for Coexisting with Wolves Clinic for Ranchers this Summer/Fall 2022
Join us this summer and fall for an intensive clinic focused on long term strategies for reducing predator-livestock conflict risk while increasing ranch sustainability through regenerative ranching and stockmanship practices ~ This is a two-part clinic specifically for cattle ranchers comprised first of classroom presentations and discussions followed by a deep dive, real world field experience and application. The clinic will be led by renowned clinicians in the topics covered.
Classroom Portion, July 18-21, 2022 4-days of in-person classroom to be held in Walden, Colorado; 10:00am to 4:00pm; Zoom component will be available for ranchers outside of the North Park Region, including California and Oregon; limited space available. We also invite wildlife agency personnel to attend. We will be limiting the number of participants in-person and on Zoom to ensure quality of instruction and discussion.
Topics Include: Day 1:
Regenerative Ranching for Coexisting with Wolves and other Predators
Identifying ranch goals for predator-livestock conflict risk reduction planning
Ranching for Profit - tying it all together
Day 3 & 4
Introduction to Bud William's Low Stress Stockmanship
Stockmanship to reduce vulnerability in cattle to predation
Clinicians: Hilary Anderson - Regenerative Ranching for Coexisting with Wolves and other Predators Andrew Anderson - Identifying ranch goals for predator-livestock conflict reduction planning Whit Hibbard - Stockmanship; reducing vulnerability in cattle to predation though cattle handling while increasing ranch efficacy. Dallas Mount - Ranching for Profit - Tying it all together
If you are interested in joining by Zoom, please email: email@example.com; space is limited
Field Portion, September 2022 (dates to be determined) 4-days of intensive field work in Centennial Valley, Montana; participants will bring their own horses for a real world experience on horseback with cattle in wolf and grizzly country; participants will stay in cow camps and put into practice principles learned in classroom portion of clinic. There is very limited space for this portion of the clinic. Clinicians: Dawn Hnatow (Cattle Up Stockmanship - Effective Stockmanship for Proper Communication) Hilary and Andrew Anderson
There is no cost for rancher or agency participants. Clinic fees, travel, meals and lodging are covered. Including additional travel costs incurred for trailering horses to field portion of clinic.
Classroom participation required to attend field component of clinic. Field participants must be experienced horseman/women and able to ride for long distances in tough country. Field portion strictly reserved for rancher participants.
Limited space via Zoom only will be available for NGO participants.
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