Guardians of the Range

MISSION & OBJECTIVES

The mission of the Guardians of the Range is to promote sound science and community partnerships in public land grazing management.

The Guardians is a non-profit public lands grazing organization founded in 2003 currently focusing its efforts in northwest Wyoming. The group works to assist public land ranchers, communities and public land managers to fairly and responsibly implement rangeland stewardship in the balanced interests of the public resources, and the affected economies in the region.

The Guardians work on members' behalf on the Bighorn National Forest, Shoshone National Forest, The Cody and Worland Bureau of Land Management Field Offices in Wyoming and in partnership with the Wyoming Department of Agriculture, the Wyoming State Grazing Board and Conservation Districts.

GUARDIAN SUPPORT IS NATIONWIDE

The states highlighted represent membership & support
of the Guardians' organization.

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