A Western Affair 2021: Celebrating Our Ranching Roots

California Rangeland Trust will gathered with Moulton Museum on  October 1-2, 2021 at Rancho Mission Viejo to celebrate our ranching roots and the pivotal role ranching continues to play in the growth of healthy communities.

 

We attended A Western Affair 2021 at Rancho Mission Viejo in San Juan Capistrano to celebrate our state’s ranching roots and the pivotal role ranching plays in the growth of healthy communities.

Please see more details here: https://rangelandtrust.org/a-western-affair-2021/

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