Current Features

Spring 2004:

"Rose & Smoke" watercolor by Linda Davies Gage

Romance and Reality of Ranching

RANGE gathers all that is best about cowboys and sheepherders in The Romance and Reality of Ranching, 164 pages of breathtaking, colorful photography and heartfelt words. Distinguished scientists talk about the benefits of livestock grazing. Outstanding photographers, artists and writers portray the lands and the people who care for them. Romance and Reality is the real West with all its mud, grit, tears, joy and hope.

2005 Real Buckaroo Calendar

Great colorful photos. Moon phases and holidays. Lots of room for jotting note, memos and appointments. Available September 2004!

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  • Texas and the Rule of capture
  • What Really Scares a Scary Story Writer
  • O'Keeffe
  • A Mad Tea Party
  • The More Things Change
  • A Prayer for the Prairie
  • Dinosaurs in Phillips County, Montana

    Science & Critters

    Photos & Art

    • Out on the Range in Montana
    • Out on the Range in Oregon
    • Portrait of the West
    • God Gave Us Cowboys
    • Nevada's High Desert


    • Ridin' Shotgun
    • Why I Change Parties
    • The Removal of Ranchers
    • When a Cow is Not a Cow
    • Sierra Club's Truth


    • Up Front
    • Amazing Facts & Quotes
    • Letters
    • Strays
    • Romance & Reality
    • Range Agents
    • Heroes
    • Win a 4-Wheeler



    • The Greatest Horseback Ride I Nevada Had
    • Time in a Bottle
    • Some of My Best Friends Smell

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