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Sheep Week® 2022

9.9.21

Sheep Week® 2022

Even before the close of our first-in-class total emersion virtual convention this past January 2021, we began planning for 2022 with our sights set on getting together again in Reno. Our plan included hosting our famous Sheep Show®, as well as offering another virtual expo for those who could not make the trip in person. The best of both worlds looked pretty good to us then and still does. This remains our goal, and our team is working toward that end.
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8.12.21

WSF Legislative Affairs Update 8/2021

One of the critical components to Mission accomplishment for WSF is engagement in legislative and policy matters that can positively or negatively affect wild sheep and their habitats. These matters also include supporting sustainable use, conservation funding, and the traditions of hunting. WSF has a Legislative Affairs Committee (LAC) that meets via phone conference weekly, led by our contract lobbyist in Washington DC.
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Why We Prescribe Burn

8.4.21

Why We Prescribe Burn

If you know a bit about wild sheep behavior, you know that they rely on their keen eyesight to detect predators (e.g., wolves, cougars, coyotes, golden eagles, etc.)

The better a wild sheep can see, the more efficiently and safely they can forage, and the further they can feed away from escape terrain.
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