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Greater sage grouse
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Greater Sage Grouse
Greater Sage-Grouse
Greater sage-grouse is a striking and charismatic
bird and is the largest grouse in North America.
The species is in decline across its range due to
habitat loss.
Yellow Billed Cuckoo
Yellow-billed cuckoo
The yellow-billed cuckoo is a cuckoo. Common
folk-names for this bird in the southern United
States are rain crow and storm crow.
Canadian Lynx
Canadian Lynx
Canadian LynxCanada Lynx are made for hunting in deep snow,
with thick cushions of hair on the soles of their
feet that act like built-in snowshoes.
Grizzly Bears
Grizzly Bear
Grizzly BearGrizzly bears are mainly solitary and territorial,
except for mothers and her cubs or when a
plentiful food source is discovered.
Gray Wolf
Gray Wolf
Gray WolfThe gray wolf is one of the world's best known
and well researched animals, with probably more
books written about it than any other wildlife


Welcome To
TerraWest Ranch Management

TerraWest Ranch Management

One of the fundamental components of any Conservation or Mitigation Bank is the long-term management and stewardship requirements as outlined in the banking documents. Implementing adaptive management practices can determine the success of the mitigation and ultimately determine whether the Bank Sponsor is in compliance or not. At Terrawest Conservancy we take the uncertainty and liability out of your hands through our team of environmentally focused ranch manager programs. Each ranch is paired with specific ranch managers educated and trained in the specific objectives for that project site.

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Ranch Management

In the recent past, land was valued primarily for its capacity to produce agricultural products. Today, the value of a ranch’s non-agricultural components may be significantly higher than the value due to its ability to produce assets.

As landowner’s goals have changed with the times, TerraWest Conservancy has become a valued partner to ranch owners throughout the Mountain West. Our conventional land management approach has evolved to include the enhancement of fish, wildlife, and recreational resources.

We can manage your property’s day-to-day operations, employee recruitment, conservation efforts, livestock, crop production, and property maintenance. We treat every ranch with a unique approach, to find where our help is needed. We offer everything you need to truly enjoy your property and maximize profitability.

From traditional grass ranches and pivot-irrigated farms to trophy hunting and fishing retreats, TerraWest Conservancy has seen it all and delivers on our commitment to enhancing our clients’ enjoyment and the health of their investment.

A critical activity for any ranch to be economically, socially, and ecology successful is planning. Planning generally involves setting goals and objectives, recording all resources, implementing plans, and monitoring progress followed by adjustments.

Conservation Management

We see economic diversification as being directly linked to responsible conservation. Conservation is rapidly becoming an industry-wide priority, and it has been a cornerstone of our operations for years, as TerraWest Conservancy was started on the back of conservation. We see ranching as a beneficial alternative to managing large landscapes in the Western United States. We live on the land and have based our livelihood on how well we take care of the ecosystems that maintain our businesses.

We use cattle as a tool to disturb the surface of the targeted land to achieve our conservation goals, by recycling nutrients and improving the water cycle. This mimics the relationship between the North American Plains and the great bison herds of the past.

Successful rehabilitation requires knowledge of animal behaviors, frequency and grazing patterns, vegetative growth and dormancy seasons, moisture requirements, and ecosystem dynamics. We understand the natural processes and work within that dynamic. We can consult on the condition of ecosystem services such as conservation easements, mitigation banks, wetland mitigation banks, and carbon offsets.

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