Hatle wins Wyoming Stock Growers Award

2013-06-23T00:00:00Z Hatle wins Wyoming Stock Growers Award The Billings Gazette
June 23, 2013 12:00 am

Bureau of Land Management Range Management Specialist Tricia Hatle has recently received the Outstanding Range Professional Award for 2013 from the Wyoming Stock Growers Association. Hatle has worked at the BLM Field Office in Cody, Wyo., for more than 20 years. The award is "in recognition of the valuable contribution to the livestock industry made by range professionals who exemplify high professional standards coupled with a dedication to building strong working relationships with livestock producers." She also received the Society for Range Management’s Outstanding Rangeland Management Specialist Recognition Award for 2012, which recognizes a single BLM employee from each of several western states for outstanding service. It was awarded to Hatle for her knowledge of the rangeland ecosystem, livestock operations and wild horses, combined with good negotiating skills and a tenacity to find win/win solutions for all involved.

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