SUBLETTE COUNTY – The Western Landowners Alliance is scheduling a number of events about managing livestock and lands this month and next, many offering virtual options for those who might not have time or finances to travel to an event.
- Calving Season: When is Optimal for your Ranch? First annual production symposium, Oct. 7, in Bozeman with Burke Teichert. Virtual OR in person. For more or to register, visit https://ecommerce.montana.edu/ranchmanagement/.
- Beyond Conflict: Sustaining Economic Viability in the Working Wild: Nov. 8-10. Three virtual days with land stewards seeking solutions around large carnivore conflict reduction with the Conflict on Working Lands Conservation Innovation Grant and the Conflict Resolution Consortium. Contact Alex Few at [email protected].
- Building Community from Land to Table: The Confluence 2021: Nov. 11-13. WLA’s Women in Ranching program and the Good Meat Project have teamed up to gather women working at every level of the meat supply chain while also caring for land, livestock and community. This is an online event. The Confluence includes 13-plus hours of programming, keynote speakers, questions and answers. Nov. 11 is evening welcome session. Nov. 12-13 speakers will address topics such as collaboration in the meat supply chain, butchery, cookery, rotational grazing, “kitchen chats,” live music and poetry and building community exercises.
Full and day passes available as well as limited tuition assistance. Apply now!
For more or to register, go to https://westernlandowners.org/event/building-community-from-land-to-table-the-confluence-2021/?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=d586f14c-6527-4ec2-8afb-4ccbe00ee082.