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Agriculture and Natural Resources Programs
- Big Horn CropSite
- Crop Variety Trials
- Weed Identification
- Wyoming Hay/Pasture/Seed List - Searchable Availability List.
- AgrAbility - The goal is to inform, educate, and assist ranchers, farmers, and farm workers with disabilities and their families so that they can continue doing what they love—ranching and farming
- Horses - eXtension site
- Sheep Production: A correspondence course that provides management principles needed for ranch management.
Rural Living and Successful Ag Ventures
UW Extension offers trainings to improve the skill of Wyoming’s agriculturalists in managing their endeavors. These programs can be offered in all areas of the state, so contact your local Extension office about one near you.
- Master Cattleman (focuses on management skills for ranchers)
- Annie’s Project (provides management skills especially to women working in and supporting agriculture)
- Small Acreages and Barnyards and Backyards: Rural Living in Wyoming magazine
- High Plains Ranch Practicum (a program for ranch managers)
- Enterprising Rural Families (newsletter and online courses)
- Insuring Success for Wyoming Agriculture (online courses and resources)
- Passing it On: An Estate Planning Resource Guide for Wyoming’s Farmers and Ranchers
- Wyoming Agriculture and Natural Resource Mediation Program
Regular conferences and shows organized by UW Extension include Fremont County Farm and Ranch Days (in Riverton every February – contact Ron Cunningham for more information at (307) 332-2363)), WESTI Ag Days (in Worland every February – contact Ron Cunningham for more information at (307) 332-2363)), Living and Working on the Land (every few years in a different location – contact Cole Ehmke at (307-766-3782)), the Commercial Pesticide Applicator Short Course - contact Jeff Edwards for information at (307) 837-2000, and other programs. Also look for field days at UW’s four Agricultural Research stations.
UW Extension’s county-based educators and state-based specialists are available for consultations with individual land managers and owners (whether small or large).
- Best Management Practices: Monitoring Guidance
- Water Quality for Wyoming Livestock and Wildlife
- Water Quality Programs
- Wildlife Damage and Management - eXtension site