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  • Grant Golliher is a horse trainer, author, and speaker. He owns and operates Diamond Cross Ranch outside Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where he hosts corporate events drawing leadership lessons from horse training. Grant was kind enough to share with us some of the lessons about leadership he teaches through training horses.

  • New hunter numbers increased in 2020, reversing a decades-long declining trend. “We haven’t seen these trends before. More millennials, more younger-generation people, more people of color, women are embracing hunter and field-to-table movements, filling their freezers with fresh meat, embracing safety and self-resiliency,” Chris Metz, the CEO of Vista Outdoors, told FOX

  • Ranchers and agriculture advocates are fighting back in response to Colorado governor Jared Polis' declared "Meat Out Day" for March 20, which encourages state residents to skip meat for a day.

Scientists Call to End Cattle Grazing on Federal Land, Make Way for Wolves

A group of scientists is calling to replace cattle grazing in the American West with predator wolves. Published in BioScience journal this month in response to President Biden’s “30×30” executive order, “Rewilding the American West” is a two-part action plan: Stop grazing on federal land, and reintroduce gray wolves and beavers. The team behind the

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