Like the rugged, wind-scoured land they call home, Wyoming producers endure—in the face of market fluctuations, extreme weather events, noxious and invasive plants, skyrocketing fuel prices, and countless other challenges.
“It is hard to learn and comprehend all that goes into a ranching or farming operation unless you see it firsthand and work with people who have made it their lifestyle and depend on it for their livelihood,” comments one rancher.
Agriculture is tough, even for those born into it. For those who are interested in getting started but lack experience and capital, it may seem impossible.
The University of Wyoming Extension and Wyoming Outdoor Recreation, Tourism and Hospitality (WORTH) Initiative welcome Hailey Moss as the state’s first WORTH Initiative Extension educator.
Corey Tarwater has been named the Robert Berry Distinguished Chair in Ecology at the University of Wyoming. Her appointment was effective earlier this month. She
For those interested in learning more about how to manage human resources on the ranch, the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture, Life Sciences and
Grants Available for Wyoming Childcare Centers Seeking to Encourage Physical Activity, Healthy Eating
Mini-grants for Wyoming childcare centers seeking to encourage physical activity and healthy eating habits are now available through the University of Wyoming Extension’s Cent$ible Nutrition
Wyoming 4-H members claimed top honors at the 2023 National Western Stock Show in Denver, earning the titles Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion in
This spring break, I did a wide variety of activities with other students in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. We hiked around southern