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Utah Leopold Conservation Award Seeks Nominees


The award recognizes landowners who inspire others with their dedication to land, water and wildlife habitat management on private, working land.

Early Registration Deadline Approaching for Bird Damage Management Conference


Researchers estimate that blackbirds, starlings, corvids and vultures cause billions of dollars in damage to agriculture commodities and livestock facilities

JY Ferry & Son Receives 2019 Utah Leopold Conservation Award


The Ferry family was presented with the $10,000 award and a crystal award November 22 at the Utah Farm Bureau Federation’s Annual Convention in Layton.

Finalists Selected for Utah Leopold Conservation Award


Three finalists have been selected for the prestigious 2019 Utah Leopold Conservation Award

Upcoming Meetings & Dates


This is a summary of upcoming meetings involving Utah Farm Bureau members and staff.

Bureau of Land Management to conduct wild horse gather in Carbon County in September


The Bureau of Land Management announced that it will conduct a wild horse gather within he Range Creek Herd Management Area (HMA) beginning in September

USDA Releases Proposed Amendments to Greater Sage Grouse Land Management Plans


The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Forest Service proposed changes to how the agency manages greater sage grouse

Private Land Ownership comes with Duties and Standards


Private landowners owe certain duties and standards of care to those that enter their land.

Wildlife: Reintroduction of Bighorn Sheep


Reintroduce Desert Bighorn Sheep

Wildlife: Furbearer and Trapping


DWR amends rules giving them regulatory authority over all trapping.