In October 2011, The Trust for Public Land and its partners permanently protected 1,855 acres of Dry Lakes Ranch, originally established in the 1890s.
Located in the High Uinta Range in scenic Summit County, Utah, the forests, alpine lakes, beaver ponds, and streams of this 8,890-acre ranch offer an abundance of wildlife habitat.
A thousand years ago, the Fremont People thrived in southeast Utah. One
of their settlements was along a stream that would come to be known as
Range Creek, on 4,000-acre Wilcox Ranch.
With Park City but a few miles away from OW ranch, development and
subdivisions have been spilling eastward for years into the farming
communities, threatening the rural landscape.
Rainbow Glass Ranch is more than just a working cattle ranch: it's a
place full of wildlife, varied landscapes, and important water sources.
The G&E Ranch shows that with a love of the land and family, passing agricultural land on to our kids is still possible.
Northeast Utah is losing family farms, ranches, and working forests at
an alarming rate. With increasing production costs, uncertain profits,
and fluctuating land values, many multigenerational farmers, ranchers,
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