Killebrew Ranch

2017 Landowner of the Year - Lander Region
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Landowners: The Killebrew Family

The Killebrew Ranch, owned by Howard and Princess Killebrew, is a true multi-generation, family cattle ranch producing black angus cattle in Fremont County.  Howard and Princess’ son David manages much of the on-the-ground operation, while daughter Kimberly coordinates many of the critical behind the scenes duties.  As a family ranch, David’s and Kimberly’s spouses and children contribute significantly to ranch operations. 
The Killebrews own substantial land holdings on Table Mountain, south of Lander.  This area provides important habitats for a host of wildlife, but most importantly it provides crucial winter range for mule deer and nesting and brood-rearing habitat for sage grouse. 
The Department has worked collaboratively with the Killebrews over the past three years to develop a conservation easement on Table Mountain to permanently protect this valuable wildlife habitat. 
In addition to the Table Mountain conservation easement, the Killebrews have donated an access easement on Table Mountain.  This will allow big game hunting access on the property and adjoining public lands—in perpetuity.
The Killebrews, who are all avid sportspersons, truly care about the wildlife resource and understand the importance of land stewardship and wildlife habitat conservation.  It is with great admiration we present the Killebrews the 2017 Lander region landowner of the year award!

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