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Love the Land Podcasts

Welcome to the Love the Land Podcast brought to you by the Texas Grazing Land Coalition. We host conversations with the most innovative thought leaders surrounding the efforts to conserve Texas rangelands.

2024

  • Episode 9 - Principles B4 Practices - February 23, 2024 - Want to learn more about our new project, Principles B4 Practices? Listen to the latest episode of our podcast, Love the Land. Our host, Lee Burton, talks with Dr. Morgan Treadwell and Dr. Jeff Goodwin to hear about the ins and outs of the program.
    As an added bonus, there are plenty of links and resources on the episode website! Click here to go to the episode website, and click here to listen on Apple Podcasts. You're also able to find it on any podcast platform you utilize. Scroll to the bottom of this newsletter to learn more about the podcast and how to listen.

2023

  • Episode 8 - A Conversation with David Kitner - June 22, 2023 - David Kitner has been involved in ranch management for over 40 years. Since his arrival at Killam Ranch in 2001, he has made many changes. What once was an over-stocked, over-grazed, over-hunted ranch has been transformed by his management. His strong work ethic and honest, principled business practices have earned him recognition around the state as an excellent ranch manager and individual. He has an extensive background in both wildlife and cattle management, as well as range management, which he has put to good use. The ranch was awarded the Lone Star Land Steward Award in 2010, and David was named the Outstanding Conservation Rancher in 2012 for San Patricio County. To read more about David (pictured below), click hereTo learn more about the Killam Ranch, click here.
  • Episode 7 - New Ground in Collegiate Studies - May 1, 2023 - Don't miss out on this great conversation. Caitlyn Cooper-Norris talks about her work with a NatGLC Mini-grant taking students into the rural-urban interface for ranch tours, and today’s student demographic going into collegiate natural resource studies. Aaron Norris talks virtual fencing and the exciting developments in that area. As an added bonus, there are plenty of links and resources listed in the podcast description for you to learn more!.

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