Strategies for Ranching On a Landscape with Wolves
Tuesday Feb. 26th – Wednesday Feb. 27th, 2019 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Klamath County Fairgrounds
3531 South 6th St.
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
This two-day seminar combines the fields of ranching and wildlife management to seek creative
ways to minimize livestock losses due to wolf depredation in large pastures and open range. The
workshop leader is Hilary Anderson, co-founder of the Tom Miner Basin Range Rider Project. The
Andersons are third-generation cattle producers successfully ranching on the outskirts of
Yellowstone National Park where wolves and grizzly are a regular factor of life.
Participants will learn about the many proactive techniques ranchers can use to tackle tough issues
– including understanding wolf behavior, range riding, low-stress livestock handling, carcass
management, profitability of different management regimes, and community-based problem
solving. This is an opportunity to find something that helps the profitability and resiliency of your
operation. There will be practical advice and inspiration that may help your ranch and community
address complex issues on the land. There will be an optional after dinner discussion on Tuesday.
Cost: $50.00 includes the 2-day seminar, 2 lunches, and Tuesday dinner
Limited to 75 people. Registration is required by Feb. 21st, 2019 at
or contact Shella DelCurto at email@example.com or (541) 519-5563
Scholarship questions: Roblyn Brown, ODFW firstname.lastname@example.org or (541) 962-1850
Coming from out of town? – Holiday Inn, Klamath Falls is our host hotel. Call 541-884-9999 and
please mention the Strategic Ranching Group to get our group rates. Assistance may be
available to help cover lodging costs, email@example.com
This workshop is brought to you by Strategic Ranching and sponsored by: local livestock producers
and businesses, Oregon State University Extension Service, Oregon Department of Fish and
Wildlife, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Defenders Of Wildlife.