Gillette, WY

“Ranching is more than just my livelihood. The livestock, and the wildlife…you develop a kinship with the country. So whenever you see all of this change, well, it changes the whole thing. Hunting used to be a big thing in the fall. But this last year, we had to quit the whole thing, because there’s just not enough game to do it. All the mineral development has had a real impact on the wildlife.”

“It used to be that we’d never see anyone other than some of the neighbors, or somebody that was coming to see someone. Now, most days, we have 50 pick-ups on the place.”

LJ Turner
Gillette, WY

Turners on Wyoming ranch

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