What's in a Name?

Doing it Right: When you manage 7,000 head of cattle, you’ve got to do it right. Three Forks Ranch sits on the Colorado-Wyoming Border 40 miles north of Steamboat. Historic farming practices at the ranch were focused heavily on hay production, allowing cattle to run on the ranch without a grazing plan, causing massive damage to the headwaters of the Little Snake River and its tributaries. New ranch ownership saw a call to action, resulting in the largest privately funded river restoration project in history. The ranch now boasts itself as the premiere fishing destination of the West.