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Ranchlands has been a valuable partner in

engaging ranchers and other groups in our

shared effort to build resilience in the West

through progressive land management.

– Avery Anderson, Quivira Coalition 

Quivira Coalition

An innovative organization committed to bridging gaps between constituencies across the West, Quivira works closely with land managers and ranchers to find better and more effective methods of preserving land, water, and other natural resources.

Colorado State Land Board

The Colorado State Land Board is an important and long-standing partner in exploring new ranch management models that incorporate a strong education component and business diversification.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Ranchlands has a long-time, working partnership with CPW in several ways: we perform prescriptive grazing services for a CPW park which specifically targets the enhancement of wildlife habitat, we partner on managing two songbird banding stations and large scale education programs, and we work closely together on several projects to improve wildlife habitat.

Banner photo by Stephen Weaver
Right column photo by Bill Maynard
 

n today's world, building relationships with nontraditional organizations is as important as long standing associations. Ranchlands places a great deal of effort into forming close ties with complementary organizations to pool resources, share ideas, and remain at the forefront of innovation.

Colorado Cattleman's Association

Ranchlands ranches have been members of this important cattlemen's organization for many years. The CCA's mission is to promote the interests of Colorado's beef industry and protect Colorado's land, water and forage resources.

Savory Institute

The Savory Institute, founded by holistic land management pioneer Allan Savory, promotes large-scale restoration of the world's grasslands through holistic management and livestock. Allan Savory has spoken at an international Ranch Management conference hosted at the Chico Basin Ranch.

The Nature Conservancy

Ranchlands has a long-time history with TNC, primarily as the manager of their crown jewel property, the Medano Zapata Ranch. The goal of this close working relationship is to use the MZ and Chico Basin Ranches to create a ranching model that is based on sharing knowledge about on-the-ground management processes and managing land to promote biodiversity.

National Park Service

Ranchlands works closely with the NPS, especially on the Zapata Ranch, which is partly within the authorized park boundaries, to ensure that the land is managed in a way that increases biodiversity. Additionally, Ranchlands facilitates tours of the ranch for NPS visitors who want to learn about bison and ranch management.


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