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    Zapata Tent Camps

    “We’ve got an hour before the sun sets, should we ride out and find some bison?”

    And so kicked off our camp out on the Medano among the wild bison. A combination of laid-back spontaneity and the freedom of having 55,000 acres to yourself set the tone for the evening. With the tents set up and fire ring built, Kate, Jessie and I had our chores done and could go have some fun. We set off north in search of some

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    by Emily Paxson

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    Christmas in Spring

    Photographer Matt DeLorme reflects on his first branding experience at the Chico.

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  • Chasing the Green

    This spring feels like it’s pregnant. As if it is about to burst out unchecked as a living being.

    by Duke Phillips

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May 17, 2016

Ranchlands: Survival (Episode Three)

Amidst a 30-year drought, Duke and his family must co-exist with a vast world of wildlife, including the iconic and powerful American bison.

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May 13, 2016

Ranchlands: Crossroads (Episode One)

Duke Phillips and his family manage thousands of wild bison and cattle on nearly 200,000 acres of Colorado ranch lands. After a disappointing 2013, the stakes are high for their annual roundup of the bison.