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Generational Transition Program

Generational Transition Program

Transition and estate planning can often be a daunting and overwhelming task. Find out how we can help your family today!

Grass Whisperer Monthly

Grass Whisperer Monthly

The latest NGLC news is published every month in our newsletter. Share your email with us to automatically receive a copy directly in your inbox!

Meeting Minutes

Meeting Minutes

Check out the minutes from our last meeting and stay up to date with our upcoming events, plans and more! Join us for the next NGLC meeting in December.

Our Purpose

Dedicated to the enhancement of grasslands, the Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition is comprised of ranchers and private landowners all focused on creating public awareness and improvement of the grazing lands in Nebraska. The organization’s top focus is to provide voluntary technical assistance and educational opportunities on grazing land management. Healthy Nebraska grazing lands translate directly into forage for livestock, habitat for wildlife, economic benefits for landowners and rural communities, and clean water for much of the Great Plains.

Upcoming Events

FINDING FAIRNESS IN FARM & RANCH TRANSITION: TOOLS TO TALK ABOUT TOUGH ISSUES

Finding harmony through understanding

Join The Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition for the Elaine Froese Event: Finding Fairness in Farm & Ranch Transition.

December 7th

The Stables Event Center - Norfolk, NE

You will be glad you did!

Registration begins at 9:00 am
 

Returning to the Farm Workshops December 9 & 10th

Returning to the Farm Workshops planned for December 9th & 10th in York. 

 

 

In The News

Range & Pasture Journal

Featured in this issue of Range & Pasture Journal:

  • Looking beyond production
  • Are you productive but not profitable?
  • Bale grazing: Efficient soil health improvement
     

NGLC to be part of Game and Parks grant to restore grassland and wetland habitat

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and its partners have received a $4 million grant through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to restore grassland and wetland habitat for at-risk species.

 

Featured Producer

Grazing management, stockmanship and family each key to ranching efforts

(Jan. 18, 2019) – Determination, hard work and a willingness to learn have been key to Ryan and Jamie Sexson’s ranching efforts. Ryan and Jamie both grew up in the Nebraska Sandhills with a passion for ranching, but were often told there was no future for them in ranching. After various jobs on and off ranches, in 2014, the couple was able to lease a small ranch near Nenzel, Neb. Today, they are raising their three young children – ages 11, 9, and 8 – in the ranching lifestyle as they custom graze and calve heifers and cows. Ryan also still does day work for area ranches.  

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