Reflecting on his work as manager of the Dry Cottonwood Creek Ranch for the Clark Fork Coalition during the past four years, Bryce spoke to Yellowstone Public Radio recently, focusing on one of the country’s largest Superfund mining-restoration sites that combines ranching and conservation. Checkout the broadcast at www.ypradio.org and you’ll hear some familiar Thacher themes. Bryce will shift gears this spring and begin work at the B Bar Ranch. Established in 1906, B Bar Ranch combines wilderness and sustainable agriculture by raising and working Suffolk Punch draft horses, managing a herd of Ancient White Park cattle (from which organic, grass-finished beef is sold throughout Montana), and operating a high-altitude organic garden and greenhouse featuring heirloom varieties of vegetables and herbs.
Bryce P. Andrews CdeP 2001