“This article from the Property and Environment Research Center (PERC), a free market environmental think tank based in Bozeman, discusses how states are starting to overcome decades of inertia and entrenched policy challenges to promote the use of prescribed fire.
As discussed above, well-managed domestic cattle, bison, other livestock and grazing animals can restore ecosystems and biodiversity, upcycle grasses humans can’t eat into bioavailable nutrition, reduce wildfire risk, and help us create a better planet for our future.
Keeping a ranch afloat in a volatile market is a story that hits too close to home for Tyrell Bischoff.
After a number of rough winters and low cattle prices, Tyrell’s family faced a formidable reality: sell the ranch and lose their way of life forever — or find alternate funding to keep the ranch alive.
This film in the My Wild Land series is one young man’s story of dealing with his father’s death, working with managers to restore bighorn sheep populations, and keeping the love of ranching alive.