Connecting community Through Ranching and Conservation
Rural Resilience & Community Building
Ranching, Conservation, Communities, – A winning team!
More than a motto, the Ranchers Stewardship Alliance (RSA) strongly believes that not one of these elements – ranching, conservation, communities – can function alone. Ranchers need to be part of conservation solutions, conservation efforts need to make sense on the ground, and rural communities need to be the center of it all.
Relationships matter. The Ranchers Stewardship Alliance (RSA) works to bring people together to learn, grow, share, and grow stronger socially and culturally. These collaborations build sustainable, lasting outcomes benefiting people, livestock, wildlife, and the amazing Northern Great Plains grasslands Ranchers Stewardship Alliance (RSA) calls home.
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Gold Star Recipient
As part of our goal to improve over 90 miles of fencing for big game migration, we worked with Aaron Griffith and the Bowdoin Refuge to store and transfer fencing materials to landowners in projects to help ease the challenges of supply chain issues in the past year. Aaron provides a positive and supportive voice to the committee and its members and is always willing to help where he and his agency can. Aaron and his wife Cassie and son Levi have settled into the Phillips County community and we appreciate him and his commitment to involvement with collaborative conservation.