The Dugout Ranch operated by @nature_utah embodies the vision of conservation minded individuals and the mission of @nature_org. Originally a series of homesteads in the 1880’s it was purchased by @nature_org in 1997 and was expanded to host students and research groups as a research station as well as working cattle ranch. Only with vision like this can we work together securing our planets future. Thank you so much for your hospitality @nature_utah and supporting this project celebrating our public lands!!
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@kaileyb37 “embodies the vision of conservation minded individuals”...unless “conservation minded” means “I like to pretend to care about the planet and talk about recycling but deny any peer-reviewed studies that show that cows/animal ag is destroying the planet”, there’s nothing sustainable about this
@dslich Thoughts? Research facility but high volumes of water bc our society is a bunch of gluttons for beef?
I lived/ worked out in canyonlands for a stent and they watered the wheat fields for cattle daily. I'm all for research, that's how we grow but trying to sustain cattle in the desert seems a little backwards when our planet is running out of water. How can we justify this, @nature_org ?
Beautiful! Thank you, @drewtrush!