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January 17, 2018

I’m in Charge of Celebrations

With only one month or so left of my internship here, I wanted to take a moment to write down some of the highlights of my experiences—both to share with you in the moment and for future me to fondly recall them. As I recount these experiences, I am reminded of a book shared with me at a camp I worked at last summer called I’m in Charge of Celebrations by Byrd Baylor.

December 14, 2017

Leather Workshop Giveaway

One of next summer’s Ranchlands: Stay vacations, the 3-Day Leather Workshop, has been nominated as an Unordinary Trip of the Month by InfoHub.com, an online travel portal “dedicated to out of the ordinary, special interest adventures. For the first time ever, Ranchlands is opening up the leather shop for a workshop for anyone from beginners, enthusiasts to semi pros. Join our leather team to create a product that you can take home with you such as a pair of chinks, a

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November 24, 2017

Thanksgiving

Many of you probably think I’m completely stranded in the middle of nowhere, with nothing but a few hundred buffalo and a herd of horses keeping me company. This is not entirely true—the small town of McLaughlin is but a short five miles south of the Wilder.

November 7, 2017

Bison Works 2017

Wrangler Frankie Zwick reflects on a season at Zapata capped off by a week with bison.

September 20, 2017

Filson: On The Ranch

This short video from Filson’s fall 2017 campaign highlights Ranchlands’ vision for the future of ranching.

September 19, 2017

Managing Erosion

Madeline Lee, a Colorado College student, assesses options for erosion management on Chico Basin Ranch.

August 21, 2017

Don’t Soil the Soil

The soil tells a story, and if you read it carefully, your signature on the land becomes clear.