Over the last year, TomKat Ranch has traveled around the American West to gather and share the stories of private ranchers and public land managers who have realized economic
Profiles in Land and Management – Lonetree Ranch
Over the last year, TomKat Ranch has traveled around the American West to gather and share the stories of private ranchers and public land managers who have realized economic and ecological benefits from using regenerative practices. These stories are meant to highlight the diverse real-life experiences of individuals, families, and operations who are benefitting from investing in building productivity and resilience for their land and inspiring others who are ready to do the same.
The profiles showcase the variety of practices, goals, challenges, and outcomes that are part of regenerative management and explore stories ranging from 5th generation cattle ranches in Montana to grazing cooperatives on tribal lands to first-time ranchers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
This month we are publishing our profile on Lonetree Ranch in Wyoming. The ranch is an example of how tradition and innovation can work together to create regenerative success for ranch businesses, families, and ecosystems. Since 2009, the Taylor Family has worked to grow a thriving cattle business and improve the health of their land, watershed, and wildlife by seeking out and testing the most effective land and livestock management strategies they can find. From traditional herding wisdom to modern carbon farming, the Taylors work closely with the land and animals to grow the productivity and resilience of their ranch and business for generations to come.
To read the profile, please click here.