Double Bar E Ranch

The Double Bar E Ranch showcases the exemplary outcomes that transpire when numerous conservation partners, individuals, families and foundations work together to quickly preserve a treasured piece of land. With 1,000 pronghorn antelope migrating each year through the property, 33 endangered, threatened, rare, or special concern species depending on the land’s resources, and a historic cow-calf ranching heritage, the 873 acres of Double Bar E Ranch are unquestionably special. In less than one year, partners including The Nature Conservancy, Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resources Trust Fund, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and the Tom Thorne Sage Grouse Conservation Fund, rallied together to raise $1.2 million to purchase a conservation easement on the property.