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Range Riding & Its Benefits—Both to Ranchers & Wildlife

  • Shane Lalani Center for the Arts 415 East Lewis Street Livingston, MT, 59047 United States (map)

Hilary Zaranek-Anderson, range rider coordinator for the Tom Miner Basin Assn., and Malou Anderson-Ramirez, of the Anderson Ranch, will describe how range riding keeps their cattle safe by avoiding or minimizing conflicts with wolves, coyotes and bears.

Lill Erickson, Western Sustainability Exchange, will outline ways in which range riding helps ranch profitability by reducing cattle losses and improving the quality of the range.

Zack Strong, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), will be on hand to answer questions about how range riding promotes coexistence between ranchers and wildlife.

This free panel discussion is the first in a series of presentations about ranching practices that create healthy soil and wildlife habitat, while at the same time increasing ranch profitability.

Later Event: May 30
Low-stress Stockmanship