"In God we trust...all others bring data."
- W Deming & M Bloomberg
Agriculture and ranching are important aspects of the Upper Yellowstone Watershed. Farmers and ranchers create wide open spaces. They also produce food. We strive to do this in a sustainable way - i.e. managing the quality of life in our community in such a way that the economic, social and environmental systems that make up our community are providing a healthy, productive, meaningful life for all residents, present and future. We call this the triple bottom line: people, profit, and planet.
LandscapeNET is a agricultural and livestock collaboration between local communities, technology companies and scientists.
Data is regularly gathered and published online re: soil quality, invasive weeds, and livestock/ungulate/predator interaction. You can read more about each of these areas by clicking on any of the following links.