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College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

University of Wyoming

Department #3354

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071


Room 160 AG C

Phone: (307) 766-4135


January 19 Newsletter

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Happy Wednesday to the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources students! Here is your Weekly Wednesday Newsletter with information on various events, employment opportunities and scholarship/funding opportunities.   


College Announcements   


UW Offers Support to Students Affected by Colorado Fires  

  • The university encourages members of the UW community impacted by the fires who have questions or need support to email Vice President for Student Affairs Kim Chestnut at You can also contact the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Academic and Student Programs Office at If you know of someone impacted by the fires please encourage them to reach out. 


Reflections 2022 Request for Student Articles  

  • Description: Reflections is the research magazine of the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. In an effort to convey the interesting and exciting research being done in the College, copies are sent to legislators in Wyoming and Washington, D.C., university administrators, other state experiment stations, alumni, donors, stakeholders, and many others.  

  • Submit by: February 1, 2022  

  • For more information: Student-Reflections paper guidelines_2022.pdf 


College Events | Student Organizations   

UW Ranch Horse Team 

  • Description: Looking to show in ranch horse versatility competitions? Interested in bettering your horsemanship? The team is looking for new members for Spring 2022. 

  • First meeting: Jan 20th @ 6:30 pm, Hansen Teaching Arena 

  • Contact: Shaylin Stein, President or Olivia Palaschak, Vice President 

  • For more information: UWRHT.Flyer.pdf


Cowboy Joe Handler 

  • Description: We are looking for two new handlers who want to be a part of this long time University of Wyoming tradition! As a Cowboy Joe Handler, you represent the University of Wyoming at athletic events, major Wyoming shows such as Cheyenne Frontier Days and Wyoming State Fair, and other notable university activities such as Homecoming and Family Weekend. In addition to interacting with the public, handlers are responsible for escorting Joe to these events, training, and grooming Cowboy Joe. 

  • Contact: Julia Halmay:  | (307) 200 1886 

  • Application:  Cowboy Joe Application 2022.pdf

  • Apply by: February 18, 2022 

  • For more information:  Cowboy Joe Handler Duties 2022.pdf or view poster: 


Internships | Jobs | Employment   

GrowingG Internship Program 

  • Description: The GrowinG Internship Program is now accepting applications for 2022. This program is part of a broader project offering education and practical experience to beginning farmers and ranchers across Wyoming. Goals of the internship program are to provide hands-on internships at working farms and ranches to Wyoming’s beginning farmers and ranchers each year in cooperation with state producer organizations and educational institutions. Applications to become involved are now being accepted from potential interns and site hosts. 

  • Contact: 

  • Apply by: February 28, 2022 

  • For more information: or view the poster:  GrowingG 2022_01_17_NewsRelease.pdf


Wyoming Sugar Company Agriculturist II 

  • Description: Supervise agricultural operations for Wyoming Sugar Company to ensure optimal acreage and production of high-quality sugar beets to be utilized in the production of sugar. Assist in the supervision of maintaining and operating receiving stations and equipment in the most efficient manner. Monitor sugar beet storage piles for minimal loss and maximum sugar recovery when processed. Be directly involved in monitoring and advising growers regarding agronomic practices for high quality sugar beet production. This position will also act as a liaison between sugar beet growers and Wyoming Sugar Company 

  • Location: Worland, WY 

  • Contact:  

  • For more information: or view the poster: Agriculturist II.pdf


Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust Conservation Intern 

  • Description: The Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust (WSGLT) and the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources are partnering to recruit a University of Wyoming student to serve as the 2022 Conservation Intern. The Intern will gain in-depth knowledge and experience in land conservation while furthering WSGLT’s mission of conserving Wyoming’s working agricultural landscapes. The Conservation Intern will work with Dr. Drew Bennett in the Haub School during part of the Spring and Fall semesters and with WSGLT’s stewardship team to monitor the 107 conservation easements across 287,000+ acres of Wyoming ranchlands during the summer. 

  • Contact: Dr. Drew Bennett 

  • Apply by: February 11, 2022 

  • For more information: WSGLT-UW Haub School Conservation Intern.pdf


Assistant University Extension Educator Goshen County, Torrington, Wyoming 

  • Description: This position is located in Torrington, Wyoming. The Educator will primarily serve communities in Goshen County, but will also contribute to regional and statewide educational programs. The individual in this position works as a representative of the University of Wyoming (UW) and fosters a productive relationship with elected officials and other stakeholders in Goshen County 

  • Contact: Mandy Marney, Associate Director, University of Wyoming Extension (307) 799-8740 |  

  • For more information: 212907-Goshen.pdf


Adecco Laboratory Technician-Clerk  

  • Description: Adecco is recruiting for a temporary summer position available to a junior or senior student enrolled at the University of Wyoming (UW), in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources or similar natural resource program.  The summer, temporary position will provide an opportunity for a student to work on real world projects in land management, work with professionals in their field of study, and apply knowledge they have gained within their first two to four years of university education.   

  • Location: Cheyenne, WY  

  • For more information:  


Centennial Valley Association Range Rider Position  

  • Description: The Centennial Valley Association (CVA) has available positions for dedicated individuals to join our Range Rider/Wildlife Team for the 2022 season. The CVA is a locally driven, landowner-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve traditional ranching as a way of life in the Centennial Valley, and to maintain quality open space, wildlife habitat, water quality, and wildlife migration corridors as they exist today for future generations. The CVA is known for being the main disseminator of information in the Valley and uniting local ranchers, community members, agencies, NGOs, and other groups to collaborate on local conservation issues.   

  • Location: Dell, MT  

  • Contact: Erika Nunlist, at or (406) 407-2297.   

  • Apply by February 10, 2022  

  • For more information: CVA Range Rider Job Announcement 2022.pdf 


Parkerton Ranch, Inc Farmer.   

  • Description: Large farm east of Casper on the North Platte River growing primarily alfalfa hay with barley and oat rotations seeks a handy, self-starting team player. Must have good driving record. Ideal candidate will have mechanical ability and experience with irrigation and farm equipment and livestock. Demands of position require physically capable employee. Requires on-farm residential living (housing provided). Benefits include company vehicle, employee health insurance and retirement plan. Salary dependent on experience. Send resumes and list of references to  

  • Location: Casper, WY  

  • Contact: Peter C. Nicolaysen 307-259-3055 |    


Hi-Line Cooperative Summer Agronomy Internship Program  

  • Description: Hi-Line Cooperative is an agronomy focused service provider, located in Southwest Nebraska. We have 5 locations; Elsie, Grant, Brule, Sutherland and Wallace. Our main priority is to provide dependable, quality service for our customers. Hi-Line Cooperative offers summer agronomy internships to students interested in working in the agronomy field. Internships are open to College Juniors & Seniors. This will be a 12 week (May 23rd-August 15th) internship. Students will get one-on-one learning with our crop consultants; learning about crop health/care, watering schedules and weed identification. Interns will also get the opportunity to drive our Tender Trucks. CDL is required. Students will also get the opportunity to learn about Drone Application, working with our drone specialists.  

  • Contact: Christina Daniels (308) 352-2800 |  

  • For more information:  Internship Program (2).pdf 


A Bar A Ranch Wranglers  

  • Description: We hire hard-working, enthusiastic team players who are eager to be contributing members of our ranch community. If you love working with people, being outdoors, and are ready to commit to working hard as a positive member of our team, we welcome your application. We take great pride in our reputation for having an outstanding staff. If you've always wanted to live and work on a guest ranch, this is the perfect opportunity!  

  • Location: Saratoga, WY  

  • Contact: (307) 327-5454 |  

  • For more information: University of Wyoming - A Bar A Ranch .pdf 


US Senator Barasso -Legislative Assistant  

  • Description: U.S. Senator John Barrasso is seeking a Legislative Assistant based in his Washington, DC office to handle issues related to agriculture as well as public lands.  Grazing, recreation, multiple use, timbering, water, endangered species, and tribal matters are some of the diverse issues the successful candidate will be required to work on.  Duties include developing policy ideas, drafting legislation, preparing materials for hearings, meetings and other events, and representing the Senator before home-state constituents and national groups.  Significant interaction with constituents and regular interaction with federal agencies required.  Frequent travel to Wyoming is expected.  Qualified candidate must have a strong educational background in a field related to the issues assigned.  Personal experience in an agricultural setting helpful.  The position requires an individual who has excellent communication, research and time management skills. Applicants should be highly motivated, a self-starter and be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment. Please e-mail a cover letter, resume and two writing samples to  


Platte Valley Companies-multiple positions  

  • Description: Platte Valley Companies – Platte Valley Bank, Mountain Valley Bank, CH Brown Company, and J.G. Elliot Insurance Center – has locations in Wyoming, Nebraska, and Colorado. We are hiring several full-time, permanent positions for graduating seniors, as well as summer internships for underclassmen.  

  • Contact: Tevyn Baldwin (308) 633-9105  

  • For more information:  


KC Harvey Environmental Consultants-multiple positions  

  • Description: KC Harvey is an environmental consulting and professional field services firm headquartered in Bozeman, Montana;  

    • Reclamation Field Technician-WY: We are seeking seasonal employees to conduct vegetation surveys and assist with reclamation activities in Wyoming. For more information: KCH_2022_Seasonal_Reclamation_Field_Technician_WY.pdf 

    • Reclamation Crew Foreman-ND: We are seeking an experienced reclamation foreman to implement reclamation solutions for oil field reclamation projects in our North Dakota operations. For more information: KCH_2022_Seasonal_Reclamation_Foreman_ND.pdf 

    • Reclamation Laborer-ND: We are seeking multiple Reclamation Laborers to assist with reclamation activities in our North Dakota operations. For more information: KCH_2022_Seasonal_Reclamation_Laborer_ND.pdf 

    • Stormwater Field Technician-WY: We are seeking candidates, preferably with SWPPP experience, to conduct stormwater inspections and assist with erosion control maintenance activities. For more information: KCH_2022_Stormwater_Technician_WY.pdf 


Grouse Mountain Environmental Consultants- multiple positions  

  • Description: Are you looking for an opportunity to increase your plant identification skills, earn some money, and spend time outdoors this summer? Our company, Grouse Mountain Environmental Consultants, is seeking multiple seasonal positions  

    • Seasonal Rangeland Technicians : We are seeking applicants with experience in plant identification and rangeland sampling methodologies based out of our Buffalo, WY, office. For more information: Range_Tech_Position_2022.pdf 

    • Seasonal Soil Technicians : We are seeking Seasonal Soil Technicians to join our teams in completing rangeland assessments across Wyoming. For more information: Seasonal Soil Tech Job Posting_2022.pdf 

  • Contact: Jenna Foss | 307-684-2112  


Western Sugar Cooperative Research Agronomist  

  • Description: The Western Sugar Cooperative has a challenging opportunity for a Research Agronomist. This position is responsible for executing all functions associated with the Official Variety Trials that serve as the foundation of the hybrid approval system. Both directly and in concert with a diverse set of stakeholders, the Research Agronomist will be responsible for yield trial planning, preparation, planting, maintenance, harvest, analysis, and education. The Research Agronomist will also be responsible for executing internal disease/pest assessments.  

  • Contact:  

  • For more information: Research Agronomist.pdf 


U.S. Forest Service Multiple positions in the Intermountain Region  

  • Description:The Intermountain Region of the U.S. Forest Service is currently hiring for a variety of permanent positions over the coming months, including:  

    • Forestry Technicians  

    • Recreation Specialists  

    • Engineers  

    • Land Surveyors and Special Uses Specialists   

    • Range Management Specialists and Technicians  

    • Archaeologists  

    • Administrative Support Specialists  

    • Customer Service Representatives  

  • These job announcements are open to the General Public and current Federal Employees to apply from December 2021 until February 2022. They will be open on a continuous basis until filled. These opportunities are located across all the forests in our Region, which includes Nevada, Utah, southern Idaho, and western Wyoming.  

  • Contact: Bryan Bearor   

  • For more information:   


EPA Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention contract position  

  • Description:The Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seeking individuals, at least 18 years of age who have completed a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Biology, Environmental Science or Policy, or Public Health to assist with the refinement of the  Agency’s review process and conducting reviews of technical materials that support training and outreach related to occupational pesticide safety and health.  

  • Apply by: January 24, 2022  

  • Contact: Marisol Ventura   

  • For more information:  EPA OCSPP.pdf 



Scholarships | Fellowships | Funding Opportunities   


UW scholarship applications are OPEN!!!   

  • Description: WyoScholarships is the UW scholarship system. Students are strongly encouraged to complete the General Application each year to qualify and be considered for a wide range of scholarship opportunities. Students who have been awarded a first-year or transfer scholarship commitment are required to complete the General Application each year to fulfill their respective commitment. In addition be sure to complete the conditional application for College of Agriculture and Natural Resources to be consider for our Brand of Excellence Awards.   

  • Priority deadline: March 15, 2022   

  • To access the applications:   


The Stewart Family Service Award  

  • Description: The School of Politics, Public Affairs, and International Studies, in partnership with the Service, Leadership, and Community Engagement Office, seek proposals from students for up to a $5,000 stipend to complete an independent service-learning/service-research project. The stipend will be awarded through a competitive process that is open to all UW students. Guidelines for proposals are broad as the specific needs being addressed should be community-defined. The selected student(s) must be involved in an applied community service or research project that addresses a real world need or challenge on a local, state, national or global level. Students from all fields of study are encouraged to submit proposals.  

  • Apply by February 25, 2022  

  • Contact: Richard Raridon at   

  • For more information: The Stewart Family Serviceship Award.pdf 


NILE Foundation Scholarship Program  

  • Description: For over 30 years, the NILE (Northern International Livestock Exposition) has awarded scholarships to deserving FFA and 4-H students. The criteria being that applicants have been leaders in their respective programs, excelled in the classroom, participated in NILE events and actively involved in their communities. Given the extended unprecedented times, the NILE Foundation's Scholarship Program will continue to support youth in Agriculture with limited fundraising opportunities. "Supporting youth in agriculture is a cornerstone of the NILE Foundation's mission," says Rick Hamilton, Interim General Manager of the NILE. "It is of the utmost importance that we continue to do our part in assisting youth achieve their goals. Whether they are attending a university, junior college or trade school, we look to help them excel."  

  • Apply by March 1, 2022  

  • Contact: NILE Office at (406) 256-2495  

  • For more information:  


Breakthrough Institute Generation Fellowship  

  • Description: Breakthrough Generation is the Breakthrough Institute's young leaders initiative, through which we train and collaborate with the next generation of ecomodernist thinkers, writers, and scholars. At Breakthrough, we believe paradigm shifts are a generational affair. Solving the world's major environmental and human development challenges will occur over decades and will not advance through old and outmoded forms of thinking and action. As we continue to host and expand the ecomodernist school of thought, Breakthrough is committed to investing in young thinkers and practitioners, who we believe can create a secure, prosperous, and ecologically vibrant future for all the world's inhabitants. Every summer from June to August, we offer a small number of paid ($600 per week), highly competitive, ten-week fellowships to young professionals from around the world. The program is designed for graduating college seniors, young professionals, and students in the early stages of their post-graduate education.  

  • Apply by: January, 28 2022  

  • For more information:   


Beyond the Classroom  

  • Description: Beyond the Classroom offers grants to College of Agriculture and Natural Resources students participating in international independent study programs, college/university sponsored international study programs, or faculty-led study tours. The program’s goal is to help students gain an appreciation of other cultures and the global nature of today’s economy.  

  • Apply by: January 21, 2022  

  • Application:  Beyond the Classroom App_2021_22 .pdf 

  • For more information: Beyond the Classroom Criteria 2021_22.pdf 


Wyoming CattleWomen Scholarship Opportunity  

  • Description: Wyoming CattleWomen is offering two scholarships to deserving young women from the state of Wyoming. These scholarships will be awarded based on application criteria and an essay component. Each scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $500. In addition, each awardee will be given a one-year membership to Wyoming CattleWomen.  

  • Apply by: February 28, 2022  

  • For more information: Wyoming CattleWomen Scholarship Packet 2022-11-26.pdf 


Study Abroad  


Australia's Export-led Agricultural Sector/Study Abroad, Summer 2022  

  • Description:Last chance, just a few places available!! Four upper division credits: one upper division spring credit (AGEC 4890, sec 03) plus three upper division summer credits when you travel.  

  • Contact: Tom Foulke  

  • For more information: Aussie_2022.pdf 


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College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

University of Wyoming

Department #3354

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071


Room 160 AG C

Phone: (307) 766-4135


1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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