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Colorado ranching legacy program announces candidates


The Colorado Cattlemen's Association, in partnership with the Western Center for Integrated Resource Management at Colorado State University and The Nature Conservancy;, proudly announce the candidates for the inaugural Colorado Ranching Legacy Program: Tyler Karney, Olney Springs, Colo.; Nathan Andrews, Kirk, Colo.; Tonya Merz, Greeley, Colo.; and Clayton Beaman, Walden, Colo.

Through the Colorado Ranching Legacy Program, Fellows will gain knowledge, networks and mentors, a business plan, and all three partners' best efforts to assist them in their ranching goals. This three-tiered partnership between the industry, education, and conservation communities makes this program unique and opens doors to various financial tools, networks, and management opportunities.

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