Lowham Ranch

2014 Landowner of the Year - Green River Region

Landowners: Paul and Hugh Lowham

The Lowham Ranch is located in extreme southwest Wyoming in Uinta County, and is owned by brothers Paul and Hugh Lowham.  The Lowham Ranch comprises approximately 2,560 acres of sage brush, mixed mountain shrubs, aspen and mixed grasses. The property is enrolled in the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Walk-In Program and provides hunters with opportunities to hunt mule deer, antelope, elk, moose, sage grouse and small game as well as providing access to state land.
Both Paul and Hugh are conservation minded landowners and have invested both time and sweat into providing quality habitat for Wyoming’s wildlife. The Lowhams have worked with the Natural Resources Conservation Service to implement a grazing program that promotes sustainable livestock production while maintaining quality wildlife habitat.
Paul and Hugh provide important habitats for both game and nongame species, and have a shared interest in both.  Recently, their ranch was included in the Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory’s annual bird surveys in Wyoming (one of 106 sites).
Paul and Hugh also provide important habitats for aquatic species. Paul and Hugh have been working with Department biologists to improve and preserve habitat for native aquatic  species.  Additionally, Paul and Hugh are pursuing some earth work to provide a public fishery on their ranch.
It is our pleasure to recognize the Lowhams and the contribution they make to our shared wildlife resources. 

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