May 31, 2020

Young Adult Ranching for Profit Hands-On Training

The longest running, most successful ranch management school in North America is now offering a 4-day, hands on intensive training for young adults (designed for ages 17-25) wanting to develop business management skills in agriculture. $500 per participant includes lodging and meals To register contact our office via phone 307-213-6010 or rmc@ranchmanagement.com

October 21, 2019

Applications open for the Quivira Coalition New Agrarian Program apprenticeships for 202!

The New Agrarian Program (NAP) partners with skilled ranchers and farmers to offer annual apprenticeships in regenerative agriculture. Together, we create opportunities for comprehensive, full-immersion experiential learning from expert practitioners in professional settings. This program is designed to support the next generation of food producers with a sincere commitment to life at the intersection of […]

October 15, 2019

Applications open for the Quivira Coalition New Agrarian Program apprenticeships for 202!

The New Agrarian Program (NAP) partners with skilled ranchers and farmers to offer annual apprenticeships in regenerative agriculture. Together, we create opportunities for comprehensive, full-immersion experiential learning from expert practitioners in professional settings. This program is designed to support the next generation of food producers with a sincere commitment to life at the intersection of […]

September 14, 2018

Beginning Farmer Workshop

Industry professionals will present information vital to new farmers & those interested in getting started in farming. Topics covered include: proper lease documents, accounting & recordkeeping, insurance needs, loan programs and more. The day will close with a farmer panel discussing how they got started & remain successful. Registration includes lunch & a copy of […]

December 14, 2015

Does 4-H Matter Now More Than Ever?

A few years back, a friend from Washington D.C. visited my farm for the first time. Right off the bat, he noticed the bumper sticker on my pickup truck, a green four-leaf clover emblazoned with large, white H’s. “Forrest,” he said, without the slightest trace of humor, “you never told me you were Irish!” Suffice […]

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