WSGLT welcomes Kauer
Cheyenne – The Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust (WSGLT) announced Sarah Kauer was hired as the new engagement coordinator on April 15. In the position, Kauer will oversee marketing and communication efforts and assist in fundraising for WSGLT.
Originally from Durango, Colo., Kauer moved to Wyoming in 2011 to attend the University of Wyoming (UW), graduating with a degree in agricultural business. Prior to joining WSGLT, she worked in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the UW. During her time at UW, Sarah had the opportunity to travel across the state meeting many wonderful people, becoming familiar with the state’s agricultural industry and landscapes.
On the appointment, Kauer commented, “I am excited to join such a wonderful team and am looking forward to supporting the organization in conserving Wyoming’s working agricultural lands.”
Based in Cheyenne, WSGLT serves as Wyoming’s only agricultural land trust. Through partnerships with ranching families, the non-profit organization holds and stewards conservation easements on more than 284,000 acres of land on ranches and farms throughout the state.
For more information, visit wsglt.org.