Photo Book Pays Tribute to Besieged Wyoming Ranchers

We put this cool little photo book together following a recent “field trip” to Wyoming, to honor the tough, tenacious, hard-working ranch families who still lead the nation’s last great cattle drive, the Green River drift, despite ongoing efforts of organized green extremists to run them off their cattle allotments.

Donate $100 now to our efforts to preserve this cattle drive and defend these ranchers and we’ll send you “The Last Cattle Drive” as a token of our appreciation. We can’t bring all our supporters along on the cattle drive, sadly, but we can bring a little of the cattle drive to our supporters, by way of this book. You can make that donation using the form at the bottom of this page.

Please help us save the upper Green River drift cattle drive. Please help support our efforts to save the endangered American cowboy.

Learn more about the ranchers of the Green River Drift by reading the latest cover story in The Litigator.

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