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We are always looking for ways to spread our message of regenerative ranching and providing exceptional food that connects the wellness of people with the wellness of the land.
If you are interested in an interview, either through a podcast, video, or in print, we would be delighted to talk with you. You can send interview questions in print, or you can talk with us on the phone. You are also welcome to reprint any of our blog posts as long as you credit the source and let us know you are planning to use it.
We can supply high quality photographic images taken here on Alderspring Ranch by our family.
Here are two short bios and some photos that are free to use by the press in stories and blog posts about us. For use of photos, please clearly credit the source. Feel free to contact us if you need more information or additional photos. We’re glad to help. You can contact us via email at email@example.com
Twenty four years ago, Glenn stood up in a safety meeting, announced he was leaving his secure 9 to 5 forestry job, bought 7 cows and 145 acres of Idaho mountain ranchland, and followed his passion for raising the best beef in the world on wild landscapes. Today, his passion includes raising 7 daughters while husbanding 300-400 cattle and the grass under their feet in the high Pahsimeroi Valley. As his family and ranchlands have grown, so has his vision of wellness that goes beyond that of his cattle. For Glenn, wellness now describes the optimum functionality and connectivity of a web of life that starts with living soils and connects with the humans that ultimately eat Alderspring beef. The foundation of university study years ago in botany and biology that led to forestry degree provided a framework to explore new frontiers in wellness today, and Glenn believes that animals on grasslands are critical components that must be brought back into agriculture if food is to continue to provide sustenance. As a result, his carefully selected employees go beyond his daughters and cowhands: beeves, horses and dogs are key members that get work done on Alderspring Ranch. He wouldn’t have it any other way.
Caryl has 3 passions: raising 7 beautiful, smart, independent, healthy daughters; improving natural range land plant communities; and exploring and communicating the relationship between ecological health and the production of good food for human health. Caryl earned a M.S. and a Ph.D. in Environmental Studies with an emphasis on community plant ecology in wetland and riparian systems. She has worked in the natural range land and riparian systems of east central Idaho for nearly 30 years, first as a botanist/ecologist for the Bureau of Land Management and then in her own firm as a contracting ecologist. She is the lead author of Monitoring Plant and Animal Populations: A Handbook for Field Biologists, published by Wiley-Blackwell, a book for students and practitioners in managing wild landscapes.